Kirko Bangz Inks Deal With 300 Entertainment, Releases "Worry Bout It" ft Fetty Wap

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Platinum-certified Houston hip-hop heavyweight Kirko Bangz has signed to 300 Entertainment as part of the label’s new strategic partnership with Unauthorized

Entertainment/LMG Music Group. Managed by D Wil [T-Wayne, Chedda Da Connect], the artist has maintained being a part of Unauthorized Entertainment for quite some time. Now, under this 

alliance, he’s right at home as part of 300 Entertainment’s powerhouse roster, which includes rap’s hottest new star Fetty Wap, Young Thug, Migos and more.

Kicking off this alliance, KIRKO unveils his new single “Worry Bout It” [feat. Fetty Wap]. His signature down south swagger ignites this unshakable anthem. He and Fetty Wap engage in incendiary lyrics

that immediately entice. You can listen to it HERE. It marks his first release for the label and a prelude to his full-length debut—due out later this year.

About the signing, 300 Entertainment co-founder Todd Moscowitz comments, “Selim (Unauthorized Entertainment) and I have worked together for over ten years on projects including Kirko and it’s so

great that we were able and excited to work together again. Kirko is a force, and I’m confident that we’ll have the same success the second time around.”

Kirko adds, “I had a lot of success with Todd Moscowitz with ‘Drank In My Cup,’ and I’ve been working with Selim for over four years, so doing this partnership with them is just  like I’m going back to the 

home team. I feel like LeBron James, except I’m going to win the championship. This is the #LMGTakeover.”

In 2011, Kirko Bangz vaulted to national prominence with the release of his platinum-selling smash “Drank In My Cup. He was selected as part of XXL’s prestigious “Freshmen Class” in 2013, and he 

unveiled the hit “Hoe” [feat. YG and Yo Gotti] followed by “Rich” [feat. August Alsina]. Now, he’s on the fast track to superstardom with his partnership with 300 Entertainment.

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