BUZZING RAP PHENOM CEL NOLACKIN DROPS SIZZLING NEW SINGLE & MUSIC VIDEO “TOLD U”
After sending shockwaves throughout the game, buzzing rap phenom Cel NoLackin unleashes an incendiary new single and music video entitled “Told U” today. It stands out as his official debut for LLC4 Records/Capitol Records. Listen to “Told U” HERE and watch the video HERE.
The track’s ethereal piano underlines tense chanting vocals. As 808s pulsate, Cel dominates the beat before serving up a promise to “be the one who runs the block.” Elsewhere, a flurry of braggadocios bars gives way to a menacing laugh as he proclaims, “My label don’t play no games, when they sent that bag got a bulletproof truck.” The accompanying visual seamlessly brings this vibe to life in cinematic fashion. Cel lyrically flexes as he cruises New York City with a cohort of friends, capturing the energy of the song.
“Told U” lands in the wake of his fan-favorite 2023 Youngest In Charge LP. Highlighted by features from Doe Boy and Trench Baby, it has just begun to pick up steam on DSPs. “Nuketown,” in particular, has maintained this momentum.
Cel NoLackin has delivered one anthem after another, including “NOLACKIN!,” “11:11” (prod. Southside), and “Bald Heads” (feat. Doe Boy). Beyond millions of views, he also received co-signs from EST Gee, Trench Baby, OG Three NBA, and many more.
Still, everything just bulldozes the way for more to come from Cel NoLackin.
It is truly Cel’s time, but don’t forget he already “Told U”…
About Cel NoLackin:
Hailing from Harrisburg, PA Cel NoLackin was molded by the environment he grew up in, giving him aspirations to become a music artist. Looking up to the older artists he saw having success, Cel was attracted to the lifestyle and opportunity music presented. Starting his musical journey just a year ago on a phone with a free recording app, he has seen his career completely transform, all due to his hard work and relentlessness. Carrying the gritty street mentality of PA, Cel is a trap artist who also touches on elements of drill, hip-hop, and melodic rap. With a message bigger than violence, he looks to push a more positive narrative to the youth.