|Covid 19 has completely interrupted all industries as we knew them. However nothing in this world has ever been able to stop the next great entertainers from emerging. Louisiana is birth place to Legends like Lil Wayne while also being home of hottest young artist in the game NBA Youngboy. However Louisiana has never had a Hip Hop and RnB group to break nationwide. Well all thats’ about to change. FreshxReckless confirm that change with their fist nationwide interview right before Covid hit with Adam22 on his popular podcast No Jumper. The four man group has a perfect balance of talent and charisma. 18-year-old Travon “T-Daddie” 19-year-old David “Deelö” 20-year-old Jamel “Junya” and 21-year-old Terron “Tee”.
Four totally different personalities from different parts of New Orleans and different walks of life. Singing, dancing, comedy, and good vibes. Fader Magazines Bryan Hahn calls them the social media supergroup of your dreams. And the reason why is they’ve went viral several times and the music is just starting to catch. The New Orleans bounce influenced drip so hard is catching right in time for football season. The fellas have now taken the down time to reflect, record, and rehearse. The time has come. The show must hit the road. With three new singles, a YouTube reality series, and much more in the plan get in tune early. These guys are doing it from the ground up. They understand the value of creating there own lane in entertainment with the real legwork and social media. Yet have the blueprint of Cash Money, NoLimit, and NBA to follow and stay inspired.
Co Signs from the Game , Kehlani, Chance the rapper, Lil Yatchty, Kodie Shane, Lil Bibby, Superkyle Guapdad4000 , Tyler the Creator, Murda Beats and more are easy indicators these guys are on their way well beyond local success. They are now taking the show on the road with a nationwide tour with Austin, Memphis, Atlanta, Miami, and New Orleans to start. FXR is a movement with singles lined up that won’t allow them to be boxed in. Right now the current single “Drip So Hard” is heating up. A New Orleans bounce influenced track with a dance has begin to spread as we even see Chris Brown do the “drip so hard” dance in his latest video.Please consider growing with us by posting or reviewing some of our latest content from the No Pressure Docuseries on Youtube.