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[MUSIC REVIEW] SOUTH MAINE - "DO YOU MIND"| @SOUTHMAINE

Band Gang Records Artist, South Maine releases his Debut Single, "Do You Mind"


  The city of Hope is a place that is unknown for its musical talents. Hip-Hop artist and songwriter, South-Maine is a native of Hope, Arkansas, and is placing his mark there. Band Gang Records Artist, South Maine drops his debut single, "Do You Mind" - a record that speaks volumes for relationships. It speaks to those that know what they're seeking from their companion. 

Also, known as; Tremaine Barker was born into a family of musicians -it's no surprise that's he's on the path to success. As the founder and CEO of Band Gang Records, his accomplishments include placement on a top 50 national radio chart and a major label distribution. This exclusive deal is powered by Bungalo Records/Universal Music Group. However, South Maine remains driven and humbled by every opportunity. He can see the bigger picture and not just settle for the local fame. Although his gift helps define him, it's his upbringing by a single mother that keeps him grounded.The value of family is the sole motivating for behind him. South Maine believes that holding on to life's lesson will always lead to success and by definition he's already accomplished that. 

The highly anticipated single, "Do You Mind" is available now on all digital music platforms. In order to stay in tune, be sure to connect with South Maine on all social media outlets. SOUTH MAINE  

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