ENDED UP BEING ME OUT JUNE 23RD VIA NOT FIT FOR SOCIETY/RCA RECORDS
Beaumont, TX based artist Teezo Touchdown announces the release of his debut album, ended up being ME, out June 23rd via Not Fit For Society/RCA Records. The announcement arrives alongside a new single and video “Rock, Paper, Strippers”. The raucous neo-Miami bass record has a shuffling rhythm and a bass line that you can feel in your bones. With a contagious head bopping beat, it’s sure to drive you to the dance floor.
This new single follows up “5 O’Clock,” where Teezo gives you a rundown on what his day to day schedule is like, from brushing his pearly whites, going to Home Depot to eventually getting stuck in a notorious traffic jam. The video ends with him reflecting how far he’s come from working a 9-5 cleaning job, hinting that his new lifestyle is not only earned, but well lived.
Prior to that he released “Familiarity,” where Teezo took us back to 2018 and portrayed the early steps in his journey to pursuing a music career. The song has a classic feel of ’90s pop-punk and alternative with a twist that only Teezo can craft.
Stream “Rock, Paper, Strippers” and stay tuned for Teezo Touchdown’s debut album, ended up being ME, coming June 23rd!
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