If you’re from the D.C. area (or you’re familiar with our thriving music scene), then you should be more than hip to Phil Adé, a lyricist that was signed to Raheem Devaughn and Dre The Mayor‘s 368 Music Group. Simply put, he was a top tier emcee/artist that really didn’t get his due credit, even with tracks like this:
Fast-forward to 2019: Phil Adé was largely off the radar, save for a notable feature or two and his alignment to Wale. In fact, the Maryland talent had been cooking up new music for a big return…which leads us to today. Now going as just Adé, fans get to check out his new EP Always Something, a semi-conceptual offering under Epic/Sony. The project sees 6 new tracks and features from Rich The Kid, Lil Baby, fellow DMV peers GoldLink and Wale and more.
Press play below…very excited to see
Phil Adé back in business.
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