FIVETWENTY COLLECTIVE PRESENTS…  MICROPHONE “THROUGH IT ALL” FEATURING WEEZ THE SATELLITE KIID

Philadelphia, PA - Philly Christian Hip Hop artist Microphone is creating a new movement in 2021. #MicrophoneMonday will be a monthly experience as Mic drops new music each month. His first single of the new year hits digital retailers on January 18th, which also happens to be Mic’s birthday!

 

“Through It All” comes in partnership with FiveTwenty Collective’s brand, FiveTwenty Presents. Mic also enlisted the support of fellow CHH artist Weez the Satellite Kiid to hold it down on the hook.

 

The song has an aggressive edge as Microphone continues to introduce himself to a larger audience. “It is one of my favorite tracks in a while,” Mic exclaims. The finished product is a much needed, high energy, message intended to begin 2021 off on a high-note.

 

“I was able to work on a couple of things with Mic last year,” explains FiveTwenty Collective founder Eric N. Boston. “He’s a genuine, down to earth guy. When I got the opportunity to check out Through It All, I jumped at the chance to work with him through our FiveTwenty Presents brand.”

 

Pre-Order “Through It All” now, Listen on release: https://t.co/H9LzHeSTBx

 

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Song Details

Title: Through It All

Artist: Microphone

Release Date: January 18, 2021

Features: Weez the Satellite Kiid

Artwork: Eric N. Boston

 

FiveTwentyCollective.com

 

About Microphone

Ever wonder what would happen if you took the lyrics from your favorite worship song and put them over a dope hip hop beat? If you did, you would get Microphone!

 

Mic is an emcee that is part of the rich, Christian Hip Hop heritage that stems from Philadelphia, PA. He has been carving out his lane while improving his craft to the point where he is now one of the bright up and comers within the CHH scene.

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