Princeton Marcellis – “Promise”

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Being influenced at the early age of 5, Princeton began to write his own raps as a hobby and a way to express himself. He started to pursue music seriously at the University of North Texas, choosing to keep his music with a message of hope through the ever-evolving world of hip-hop.

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