The Embassy Music Board ft. Tommy P - Pose

Posted 8 years ago
Producer:
Illfonics
Album:
TBD

The Georgia-based Embassy Music Board feels as though they are “one of one” in their brand of music, and with group members hailing from various hot spots, such as Panama and Jamaica, we can understand why.  While most statewide acts constantly work up atypical strip club bangers, board members Big A, K.O., Manolo, and Baby D.O.E. have recorded an anthem for a different type of profession.  Aiming at the class of runway models, the quartet’s new single invites the ladies to get their best Pose on.  Additional support comes courtesy of producer Illfonics, who seamlessly incorporates camera-flash effects into a string/keyboard mix.  So, for our female audience which should definitely be attracted— smile, you’re on Embassy Camera!

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