Milan Finally Releases ”Ridin Rollercoaster”, Previously Stolen And Copied For Kendrick Lamar In 2012!:

LOS ANGELES, CA – 03-14-2019 ( — Stream AVAILABLE TO STREAM & PURCHASE NOW Support on all platforms here [itunes, Pandora For immediate release. 

Flawlessly blending east coast and west coast vibes, Milan delivers a true Hip-Hop sound, performed with dazzling technique. Milan – Ridin Rollercoaster Available to stream and purchase as of today! LA based Hip-Hop artist Milan announced the release of his latest single “Ridin Rollercoaster“, a unique sound reflecting his multiple talents as well as his multicultural background. Milan makes a bold entrance in the rap game with this release, previously stolen by co-producer THC, and given to Kendrick Lamar who obviously copied for the infectious psychedelic melody and flow rhythm Milan delivers in “Ridin Rollercoaster”, which became Lamar’s “M.A.A.D. City Feat (MC Eiht)”, released in 2012. 
The LA native has collaborated with prestigious producers in the field, including Mike West, Fisticuff. From LA to Miami and New York, Milan’s life experiences led him to create music with various inspirations, and to experiment with his sonic palette through exploring warm and soulful melodical and instrumental arrangements. The producer, performer, and songwriter is a fearless artist who flexes his creative process when needed, ensuring there’s never a dull moment in his music by flawlessly blending the vibes of any coast and beyond. Part of his forthcoming EP, “Ridin Rollercoaster“ is set to cement his rise as an up-and-coming artist in the national and international Hip-Hop and music scene.

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