Hip Hop Singer YCMG Franko


The uber-cool YCMG Franko has etched out a catchy flow in the hook of his latest hip hop tracks. The indomitable style and the quintessential swagger are amazing.


(WorldFrontNews Editorial):- Atlanta, Georgia Mar 26, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – The prolific rapper, YCMG Franko has dished out riveting sounds of rap with blissful melody in his recent numbers. He has soared up the style quotient with an addictive groove in the track ‘Zoom (Remix)’ also featuring Boosie Badazz and ‘Zoom’. The tracks have been released by the avant-garde production house called ‘Yacht Club Music Group’. The rapper calls himself a consultant and he is based out of Atlanta in Georgia. He has introduced women and fast cars into the tracks and those who are fond of it will have a great time listening to the enrapturing numbers. The fans are aware of his latest shared posts as they visit the Facebook profile of the rapper.

The track, ‘Zoom (Remix)’ has got an insane release with a hard-hitting tune. It is a savvy gem that has authentic vibes and zips along at a great speed. The song, ‘Zoom’ has got a smart vocal delivery with an enticing rap verse. The artist, YCMG Franko has used an impressive hook in the tracks. The audiences can engage in friendly banter with the artist on his Twitter handle.

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The tune of both the tracks has an eclectic appeal and the artist has added a classic and modern sheen.  The rap numbers are up-tempo and have got a heck of a pace and it fits the bill for the soundtracks of ‘Need for Speed’ and ‘Fast N Furious’. The interesting updates about his latest pictures and videos are available on his Instagram handle. The tracks by the rapper are streamed on apps like Spotify.

Listen and enjoy to these tracks, click the given below links: 

Zoom (Remix):  https://open.spotify.com/track/7oTkUTZ1wJ1QLbvdZcaXkq

Zoom:  https://open.spotify.com/track/08IvbtutVOf1pED9HXIts1

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