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Ike Rhein Unleashes "RUSH" with Zoey Dollaz

Ike Rhein is back with new single to close out the summer!

By Meikhel PhilogenePublished 9 months ago 3 min read
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Rising Pop star Ike Rhein makes his 2023 debut in a major way with his new single "RUSH," which features Billboard-charting rapper Zoey Dollaz. "RUSH" may be the first single released by Ike Rhein this year, but the Pop singer has been very productive as he has officially completed his highly anticipated debut album, "Memoir," which is slated to be released in early 2024. "RUSH" serves as a lead single for the Pop crooner's upcoming album. "RUSH" is just a little taste of what fans can expect from "Memoir."

"RUSH" is about introducing a love interest to the fast life. "Being a music artist is a fast-paced ride, and it can give you and those around you a real rush," Ike Rhein states. The song dives into the feelings of lust, love, and pursuit. The smooth single is a love song in the guise of a laid back record with bravado.

"RUSH" blends the sleek, tantalizing lyrics with different sounds from various genres, such as Hip-Hop/Rap and R&B/Soul, to make the sonic masterpiece vibey and catchy. Ike Rhein enlisted a dream team for the record. Multi-platinum producer Danny E.B (Dannyebtracks) produced "RUSH" while multi-platinum songwriter Felly The Voice and Zoey Dollaz penned the lyrics.

"RUSH" isn't the only song that Ike Rhein has planned for this year. The budding sensation plans to release two other singles off of his upcoming debut album, "Memoir." One of the singles will feature multi-platinum superstar Sean Kingston. As the excitement is brewing, it is safe to say that Ike Rhein is officially back. But for now, revel in the moment, and rush to get that rush from "RUSH."

Ike Rhein's Biography:

Ike Rhein is a 21-year-old Pop singer from Grand Rapids, Michigan, but is now based in Miami, Florida. Ike Rhein discovered his voice and passion for music at a young age. Growing up in foster care, he turned to music to cope. Ike Rhein learned how to play numerous instruments, and began creating melodies, compositions, and songs as a child. He has since been featured in countless media outlets: Sweety High, Lyrical Lemonade, The Source, LA Weekly, HipHopDX, EARMILK, Sheen Magazine, The Hype Magazine, etc. He has accumulated nearly half a million followers on social media, and millions of streams and views. Ike Rhein has collaborated with various notable talents such as multi-platinum, Grammy-nominated Vinny DeLeon, multi-platinum recording artist Sean Kingston, platinum recording artist Luh Kel, Grammy-nominated Andy Vandette, multi-platinum songwriter Felly The Voice, Billboard-charting recording artist Zoey Dollaz, and YN Jay. In late 2022, Ike Rhein went on tour with Luh Kel and multi-platinum rapper Soulja Boy. In early 2024, Ike Rhein will be dropping his highly anticipated debut album, "Memoir," which will have features from Sean Kingston, Zoey Dollaz, and more. With a fusion of futuristic notes and nostalgic vocals, Ike Rhein's distinctive sound is on its way to the forefront of the global stage.










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Zoey Dollaz's Biography:

Haitian-American rapper Zoey Dollaz was born Elvis Millord in Miami, Florida in 1990. He moved around somewhat in his youth, relocating to Haiti for a time but returning to Miami in the 2010s. Rapping from an early age, his first mixtape was released in 2012 and various online singles followed as his profile grew. In 2015, his single "Blow a Check" broke through in a major way, with its massive radio airplay attracting the attention of a host of labels hungry to sign the young MC. Zoey Dollaz held out until established star Future came into the mix, offering him a spot on the roster of his Epic Records subsidiary Freebandz. His first work for the label came in the form of a string of mixtapes, "Port-Au-Prince" and "October," both released in 2016, followed in the summer of 2017 by "Nobody's Safe" and the EP, "M'ap Boule," which featured guest spots from Future and A Boogie wit da Hoodie. His 2018 mixtape, "Sorry Not Sorry," celebrated the underground culture of Miami.

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