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Racking up 1.26 million Soundcloud plays and over 683K Spotify streams, the original “Fabo” became a standout from his critically acclaimed 2017 mixtape Live.Shyne.Die. Joined by fellow Atlanta rapper Rich The Kid, UnoTheActivist amplifies the energy on this powerhouse remix.
UnoTheActivist remains untouchable. Within just 48 hours, Live.Shyne.Die generated 2.1 million-plus Soundcloud streams, while all 16 songs crashed the Top 50 of Apple Music. Boasting features from the likes of Famous Dex, Kodie Shane, and YSL Duke, it soared to the Top 20 of iTunes Top Hip-Hop/Rap Albums Chart. Currently, Uno is in the studio working on new music and has a lot in store for 2018.
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