iLoveMemphis – “Problems” [Audio]


By Jack Barnes

Visionary hip-hop artist iLoveMemphis is excited to release his highly anticipated debut EP, The Turn Up Kid, featuring his breakthrough platinum single “Hit The Quan” and trending fan favorite “Lean and Dabb.” The brand new 6-song EP produced by his hometown producer Buck Nasty also includes party anthem “Milly Rock” as well as previously unreleased “Problems,” “WCW” and “Instagram Girl.” The Turn Up Kid EP is available today via RECORDS/Rush Hour/Palm Tree Entertainment and is an iTunes and Apple Music first week exclusive. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.

Be sure to tune into MTV’s upcoming 8th season of “Nick Cannon Presents: Wild ‘N Out” for a special performance of “Hit The Quan” and “Lean and Dabb.”
3/18   Detroit                        Fox Theatre
3/19   Chicago                       Aragon Ballroom
4/1     Oklahoma City           The Criterian
4/2     Dallas, TX                   Southside Ballroom
4/3     Houston, TX               Revention Music Center
4/8     Las Vegas, NV             Pearl Theatre
4/9     Los Angeles, CA          Hollywood Paladium
4/10   San Francisco, CA      The Masonic
4/15   Indianapolis, IN         Pam Am Plaza
4/22   Wilkes Barre, PA        Ali Baba Lounge
4/23   Syracuse, NY              Henninger High School
4/29   Washington, DC         Constitution Hall
4/30   New York, NY             King’s Theatre
5/1     Philadelphia, PA        Fillmore
1. Problems
2. Milly Rock Party
3. WCW
4. Instagram Girl feat. Tovie
5. Lean and Dabb
6. Hit The Quan
iLoveMemphis struck platinum success with his viral phenomenon “Hit The Quan” which he performed on Ellen, The Real Daytime and the BET Network. The “Hit The Quan” video has over 19 million Youtube views propelling the platinum certified single and dance craze to over 300 Million combined YouTube views, landing at #14 on iTunes and #1 on the Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Song Chart.
Most impressive is the viral craze for the song and its fun signature dance. WhenKendrick Lamar and Terry Crews’ “Hit The Quan” it quickly became the highlight of his new video “These Walls.” Meanwhile, The Rock hit the gym with “Hit The Quan” and caused a social media frenzy that was then picked up by Good Morning AmericaUSA Today, ESPN’s SportsCenter and Entertainment Weekly to name a few. Ellen Degeneres  invited iLoveMemphis to show her audience how to “Hit The Quan” too. The ladies of The Real Daytime also joined in on the movement and learned the dance craze from the innovator himself. Amazingly, “Hit The Quan” has swept the nation with superstar Chris Brown, athletes Mike Tolbert and Antonio BrownUFC Fighters and even the Memphis Action News anchors all joining in on the fun.
For his follow-up single, iLoveMemphis partnered with Complex to premiere “Lean and Dabb.” Within the first month, “Lean and Dabb” has already become a fan favorite, with the official music video garnering over 1 million YouTube views, selling over 100,000 digital singles and racking over 40 million cumulative streams, earning him a coveted performance spot on NBC’s The Today Show.

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