The incredible COUNT KLASSY — He’s Queer — And He’s Most Definitely Here — So The HipHop World Better Get Used To It!

Count Klassy

He’s Queer….

And he’s most definitely here.

So if you’re uncomfortable with gay artists in hip hop — you’re just gonna have to “get used to it!” as the signs used to say…because this incredibly talented new bi racial artist is challenging those decrepit attitudes. In fact, industry watchers have been saying, he is “smashing barriers of homophobia in hiphop.”

COUNT KLASSY is an incredible, new age hip hop artist about to burst onto the scene in a big way — with compelling, original music that grabs the listener and gets them grooving before they even realize they are experiencing history.

Yes, this talented artist, a proud member of Canada’s LGBTQ community — truly is breaking barriers, and he’s doing some great work destigmatizing cannabis too! His genre busting album includes the song GOOD VIBES — with guest vocals from one of Canada’s biggest rap stars, Choclair — which cannabis themed magazine SKUNK, a glossy North America wide print publication, called the “Cannabis anthem of the year” in a recent article.

Count Klassy chills with a lily petal flower wrapped joint JadoreLaFleur, ( Mellow Fellow Cannabis Wraps Line of vegan friendly, GMO free, all natural, rasta inspired healthy alternative to blunts and rolling papers) that you can order at : https://themellowfellow.com with the discount code COUNT KLASSY

Launching out of Toronto, a city that has become known as a true musical hub full of unique talents, COUNT KLASSY is no stranger to the fame game. The artist spent some time in Los Angeles as a ghostwriter and social media expert working closely with Grammy-Award winning musicians and moves in a world of celebrities. Bobby Berk of Netflix’ Queer Eye is an enthusiastic fan and recently released this video in support of COUNT KLASSY’S work :
https://www.facebook.com/CountKlassy/videos/457715698466858/

“I’ve been ghostwriting for some Grammy-award winning talent, and thought it was about time to be in front of the camera, especially as a role model for the younger generations,” he told Skunk magazine about his debut album. “We need more queer representation in media!”

Industry watchers say COUNT KLASSY is poised to become Canada’s next international superstar.

Follow him on Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/countklassy/

Vote HERE for his song GOOD VIBES (#2 on the charts today) :

(Watch it on Youtube here) : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MH_E4r_N9Xs&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR1iPhY27t0xDMROiyLdaCq-igXE3kLe0RBWM2ZL-dLQ2k8IA4Kfx4qoHtM

Available on all streaming platforms.

This artist is represented by Lamourie MEDIA

Contact lamouriePR@gmail.com for bookings or interviews.

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Tracy Lamourie is CEO of Lamourie Media and the author of the upcoming book GET REPPED — Build Your Brand With Effective Public & Media Relations

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