Marco Pave Drops New Song ‘Lifted’, Hosts LaRussell at GU

Written by on October 4, 2022

DMV’s own Marco Pave is one to pay attention to. His new single “Lifted” has a lot more meaning behind it than you may think.

Closing out national ‘Self Improvement‘ month, which September was deemed because it marks the end of Summer and the beginning of Fall, LaRussell (@LaRussellGC) made his debut appearance in the DMV, courtesy of Georgetown University‘s first Hip-Hop resident artistMarco Pavé (@KingofMarco). Powered by G.U.’s Lecture Fund & Critical Frequencies, the Memphis based community leader hosted an intimate conversation with the Vallejo rap act at ICC Auditorium

The pair discussed the Good Compenny frontman’s upbringing in California, what it’s like being an independent artist, the current state of Hip-Hop, social media, and the power of positive thinking. LaRussell closed out the fireside chat by performing a melody of fan favorites alongside in-house producer TOPE (@itsTOPE). In celebration of the successful event and elevated exchange of energy, today Marco liberates the Manté Carlo (@Carlo_sbb) produced single “Lifted” out now.

Detailing his artist residency at Georgetown and his new single, Pavé states:
“Since I was 22 years old I have been speaking at colleges and universities about the power of Hip Hop. My residency at Georgetown is a natural progression for my brand. It is an incredible platform that allows me to continue my creative work while also providing a platform for me to showcase other artists in my network. Case in point, me bringing LaRussell for a discussion about the climate of the culture and the pitfalls as well as joys of being an independent artist. To do that and then turn around and be able to put out a record of my own immediately after because I’m in complete control of my art is my version of living the dream.”

Follow Marco now and stay tuned for much more from the multi-talented creator.

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