MADEINTYO featuring Tommy Genesis - BIWIA

On the heels of his hot new single “UBER Everywhere,” Atlanta-via-Tokyo producer/rapper MADEINTYO

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On the heels of his hot new single “UBER Everywhere,” Atlanta-via-Tokyo producer/rapper MADEINTYO (as in Made in Tokyo) teams up with Awful Records’ rising artist Tommy Genesis. The song is called “BIWIA,” which aptly stands for “B*tch I Want It All,” and was produced by TT of 808 Mafia, which marks the first collaborative effort between three rising Atlanta powerhouses: MADEINTYO’s crew Private Club, Awful Records, and 808 Mafia. TT has previously colaborated with Private Club on SoSoDef signee Royce Rizzy’s new MADEINTYO featured track “The Check.” MADEINTYO’s You Are Forgiven EP coming soon. Listen above.

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