The label that houses Young Thug, Migos, Fetty Wap, Mike Stud, and more has gained a new artist. After collaborating with Fetty on his new single, it’s been announced that Kirko Bangz has joined 300 Entertainment. Kirko has been on Atlantic Records for over four years, and the relationship that they have with 300 makes this a pretty good move.
“I had a lot of success with Todd Moscowitz with ‘Drank In My Cup,’ and I’ve been working with Selim for over four years, so doing this partnership with them is just like I’m going back to the home team. I feel like LeBron James, except I’m going to win the championship. This is the #LMGTakeover,” Kirko said in a press release.
Todd Moscowitz, the co-founder of 300, added, “Selim (Unauthorized Entertainment) and I have worked together for over ten years on projects including Kirko and it’s so great that we were able and excited to work together again. Kirko is a force, and I’m confident that we’ll have the same success the second time around.”
Kirko’s full length debut album is finally coming later this year. Until then, listen to “Worry Bout It” ft. Fetty Wap.
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