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ANGELA MAZZANTI RELEASES DEBUT SONG “WE SO MOBB” FEATURING RICK ROSS [MUSIC VIDEO]

By Jack Barnes

LA-based female emcee Angela Mazzanti releases her debut single and music video “We So Mobb” featuring rap icon Rick Ross. She’s also a major brand influencer who’s worked with Fatal Clothing, adult industry leader Adam & Eve and several others. As a tattoo cultural icon, with over a half million Instagram followers, she’s graced the pages of Inked Magazine, Skin Deep and covers of 247Ink, Tat2 and Tatowier Magazine. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.

She’s also a major cannabis community ambassador currently representing the biggest brands in the industry including Hemper, Heavy Hitters, Quality Resources, Raw Rolling Papers, Punch Edibles and Stiizy and a regular celebrity guest at industry favorite events such as Kushstock.

Her hip-hop style has been described as “Unique, striking, cocky, high energy and feminine. She’s unafraid to express herself both lyrically and physically.”

Her debut single “We So Mob,” featuring hip-hop icon Rick Ross is available now at all major digital streaming platforms.

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ANGELA MAZZANTI RELEASES DEBUT SONG “WE SO MOBB”  FEATURING RICK ROSS [MUSIC VIDEO]

 

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