Today, Virginia-born R&B artist Marco McKinnis reveals his new single “CPR”. Get it HERE via Republic Records.
The track sets the tone for Marco’s re-entry into the music space. It highlights his impressive vocal range and stark sense of soul and sets the mood for what he has in store for the future. The music video will make its debut very soon!
Marco has quietly risen to the forefront of R&B’s buzzing new vanguard. He stood out as the only feature on Rex Orange County’s universally lauded Apricot Princess, and he lent his powerhouse voice to two anthems from Big Wave More Fire by electronic duoDJDS—known for their production on Kanye West’s The Life of Pablo. Those vocals come to life on stage as evidenced by recent touring alongside Luke James and Yeek.
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