Corey Ellis – “Too Packed” [Audio]

Corey Ellis

By Jack Barnes

Corey Ellis is a Hip-Hop artist originally from Augusta, Maine but based out of Bangor, Maine who uses his intelligence, real life experiences, and connection to other people to make music that stands out from the crowd on many levels. At the age of 21 he has already managed to gain a following across the united states as well as share the stage many artists he has looked up to. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.

His trademark “Whoop” can be found in if not every song he has put together letting his fan base know that he is on the song or who it is in a unique way. With his music stretchingfrom aggressive gritty hip-hop to songs about that girl you think is cute he has something for everyone which makes him relatable to fans. His movement Kids Up North is bringing people together in the north who never really had a voice until now and giving them a positive message to reach for the stars because anything is possible

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Corey Ellis - "Too Packed" [Audio]

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