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HipHop returns with Dre Marro on new single'Mayhem'

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Chicago-based Hip hop artist/promoter & entrepreneur Dre Marro also known in his hometown of Kenosha, WI as Andres Alejandro Gamarro Bran has been continuously breaking barriers and making his mark in the Midwest hip hop/rap scene. Since the early age of 10, Dre experimented with writing song lyrics and poetry. Over time Dre's passion had led him to perform at local festivals & talent shows throughout high school. Dre Marro, also commonly referred to as "Mufasa" by his fans, has nationally toured through regions such as New York, Atlanta, GA & Las Vegas, NV, most recently hosting & promoting his own "Midwest Takeover Promo Tour" in early 2020 performing throughout cities in Illinois & Wisconsin. Also in September of 2020, Dre Marro was named the winner of the Hot Sauce 16 Vol. 6 Challenge hosted by Trunxks Beatz. That same year the following month in October, Mufasa won 1st place in the Monthly Rap Contest's MRC9 competition. Mufasa has a catalog of boastful features from hip hop veterans such as Mickey Factz to other up & coming spitters such as New Jersy hip hop artist, battle rapper & 2016 VH1's "Signed" contestant, Ren Thomas. With three major project releases in his career including The Revision (2018), Lights EP (2019) & Troublesome (2020) it looks like Dre Marro is looking to be a major player in hip hop. "Midwest Mayhem" which recently dropped on January 19th, 2021 is an incredible display of lyrical ability, flow & energy. The production is from Chicago's own Colossal Mind providing a sweet melody yet hard-hitting drums. Dre Marro conveys a clear message and warning to the industry in his bars, letting the world know that he is not your average "rapper". Stay up to date with Mufasa and be apart of the journey.

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