Tokyo’s Revenge Goes Gold

The indomitable and mysterious rapper, Tokyo’s Revenge is back with brand new track “GOTHAM”. In the grungy track, Tokyo returns to his signature style of blending melodies with hard hitting and slick rap verses. “GOTHAM” comes at the heels of Tokyo celebrating the RIAA Gold certification of breakout single “GOODMORNINGTOKYO!.” The track grew in infamy peaking at #1 on Spotify’s Global Viral charts. If you haven’t listened to the track, check it out the video which has over 19 Million views. The young rap artist is currently recording a new body of work that will be released this Summer from Black Noize!/Interscope/Geffen Records.

Praise for Tokyo’s Revenge:

2020 Artist to Watch — Pigeons & Planes

“Tokyo’s Revenge is coming for the top…” — Elevator Magazine

“Tokyo’s style is distinctively his own… Magnetic!” — Ones To Watch

“Tokyo’s Revenge, has taken off by mixing lovelorn R&B singing with the syllable-jammed aggro rapping” — Chicago Reader

About Tokyo’s Revenge

If you’re unfamiliar with Tokyo’s Revenge, that’s intentional. The multi-disciplinary artist has made a point of keeping himself anonymous, and yet, he is set to be one of the year’s most exciting addition to the music landscape. Tokyo has risen through the charts with viral track “GOODMORNINGTOKYO” which peaked at #1 on Spotify’s Global Viral 50 with more than 43 Million streams, peaked at #2 on Rolling Stone’s Trending 25 chart on the fastest rising songs of the week, peaked at #1 on the Bubbling under Hot 100 Billboard chart and received more than 12.3 million plays on SoundCloud.

A self-taught musician, Tokyo began rapping at an early age, learning to freestyle at high school amongst various hobbies ranging from art to video games. He recorded his first song with a friend’s equipment couchsurfing, post-high school graduation and working security guard and pizza shop jobs. Now at the helm of new music and videos, Tokyo’s Revenge is quickly rising in ranks and relishing at being the battery pack the music has been missing.

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