The four-track EP further features production from such studio luminaries as rising Memphis producer RealRed (who previously collaborated with Kevo on the breakout hit single, “Leave Some Day”) and Beezo (Roddy Ricch, Lil Baby, YoungBoy Never Broke Again).
A tribute to Kevo’s grandmother, who passed in late 2019, the mixtape features such standout singles as “I’m Golden” and the emotional hit, “Leave Some Day,” alongside the stellar “Leave Some Day (Remix) [Feat. Lil Durk].” Further highlights include “I Got Feelings,” joined by an official music video streaming via YouTube and an exclusive in-studio performance version.
“Leave Some Day” has collectively raked in over 50M views on YouTube, including its companion music video which has close to 8M individual views. Earlier this year, Kevo celebrated Black History Month with a moving performance of “Leave Some Day” for Genius’ Open Mic series.
The youngest child of eight siblings, Muney grew up in one of the toughest neighborhoods in South Memphis. He first tapped into his growing talent by releasing freestyles on Facebook, rapping over any random beats he found on YouTube. A string of street mixtapes drew underground attention before 2017’s “I Grind (Feat. King Arti)” proved his local breakthrough. 2018’s breakthrough project, WHO AM I, was joined the next year by 2019’s follow-up, WHO AM I: RELOADED, as well as the viral smash mixtape, BABY G.O.A.T, highlighted by the singles, “Everythang Changed,” “Crying Out Loud,” and “Oh God (Feat. BlocBoy JB),” the latter joined by an official companion video, streaming its premiere via Complex.
Despite the global shutdown, 2020 saw Kevo keeping up his amazing pace by unleashing a wide ranging series of releases, spanning the celebratory “2021” to such collaborations as “Amen (Feat. Kevin Gates)” and “4 AM Remix (Feat. Jucee Froot).”