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Upcoming Rap Group, 2020, Releases Official Video To Their Latest Single “Feels”

Honestly, this song came out of thin! I was gaming at home and listening to beats. I found this beat and I knew off top the first verse had to be crazy! From there, I later linked up with the guys and we just had fun with the track.”
-Cartay

20020 is a hip hop trio composed of three “brothas” from different parts of Illinois. Dario (Cartay) of Joliet, IL jumped into music at the young age of 10. Earl (Eazzy) of Chicago, IL has always had a love for music and basketball. Roger (Rogy) of Bolingbrook, IL began his musical journey during his teen years. At the young age of 20 and with a clear vision of where they wanted their musical careers to go, the group developed the stage name 2020. 

As childhood friends, collaborators, and well versed artists, group members Cartay, Eazzy, and Rogy work tirelessly to continue building their brand and catalogue. These multi dimensional artists make for a great team. While all three are musicians, they each play a part in being the voice behind the creativity of their projects including but not limited to music videos, skits, cover art, etc. The team takes pride in creating new beats, dope sounds; their goal is to produce unmatched sound quality. 2020 strives to keep everything in house under their brand name ESS20. 

Collectively, the group is looking forward to their next move. They plan to continue building strong connections through networking and partnering with other artists. As social media continues to lead the way for major exposure, the group plans to put great efforts into building their following on all platforms. What we have here is a group of content creators, the opportunities are endless!

Follow 2020 on Instagram:@2020_istheteam

Written by schweinbeck

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