Collaborations with Gunna, DaeDae set P.Mack up for
a great summer of singles releases
ATLANTA, GA – Perelli Mack, AKA P.Mack, is an Atlanta-based hip-hop artist who is ready to announce himself to the world in a big way. With an arsenal of new singles that are sure to turn heads both in and out of the music industry, P.Mack is set to showcase his unique sound in style in ways that will leave a mark on the world.
The first single set to drop later this month is a song called “I Got Sauce (feat. Gunna).” P.Mack said he was fortunate to be able to collaborate with one of hip-hop’s more notorious rappers in the game today, Gunna, after his cousin – who works in the industry in Atlanta – introduced them in the studio one day. When P.Mack played his song for Gunna, the latter decided he had to do a feature for the song.
“It’s a cool song,” P.Mack said. “It’s fun and cool with swag. It’s dripping sauce and all that stuff. I feel like I have my own style and swag – my own approach to the mic. I also feel like I’m real versatile. I get smooth on you, or hype on you, or fast or slow … I can sound good at any pace because my flow is really good. So to have someone like Gunna, who is already a celebrity and in the process of going up and more, do a feature on the song just makes it even better.”
Gunna isn’t the only notorious artist that P.Mack has had the opportunity to work with in recent months. Another single that he’s preparing to release this summer, “Lifestyle,” features DaeDae and all of the extra energy that he’s become known for with his music.
“This is one of those songs that’s just turnt,” P.Mack said. “It has a lot of energy to it, and DaeDae just brings even more. It’s funny how we ended up working together. I was getting my teeth cleaned with my cousin, and he saw him and called him over and played one of my songs. He liked it and decided to come to the studio later that day and get on it. That’s how fast it happened, and it turned out great.”
Yet another single, “Ha,” is also slated to drop from P.Mack this summer. He said it’s a song inspired by a single of the same name that Juvenile did early in his career. P.Mack said he was watching the music video for the song on TV one day and was inspired to make his own version. After recording it, he decided he liked it so much that he wanted it to be one of his summer releases. He hopes it’s one of those songs that show the world that his music is of the highest caliber.
“I just want to make my mark,” he said. “I feel like a lot of people out there – in fact, most people these days – want to be gangster rappers. My music is more player and fun and cool. I want people to just have fun, or to be cool, or to feel like a player. Instead of picking up a gun, I want my music to make you want to grab a girl.”
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