Hip Hop & Pop artist Larry Brock released his new music video for his single “Going Viral”. Label CEO, D Major of Skollaz Ent, say’s “He is Blowing Up”! It’s his time. The new video, which has reached 50k views on Youtube has really helped to push the visibility of this hit song. Wildly popular Tik Tok dancers DaMobHouse picked up the song and did three videos for it, which started a dance Challenge all around the nation. The song also was recently featured on the industry popular site Hip Hop Weekly and Franchise Magazine, which also catapulted the track to new heights.
“Going Viral” is the latest visual release that was shot in York, PA at The Plex with cameos from several local standout artists/Dj’s like “Da Real DurtyFlow”, “DJ Negmawon”, “Kas Brees” and “Gutta”. The accomplished and multi-talented Hip Hop & Pop artist says the song is a fun look into how an artist can go viral from a small city and he plans on making this song a global sensation as well.
“I dreamed of a reaction like this. This song is dedicated to my fans, supporters and my team, who inspired me to write this banger which everyone can vibe out with. Going Viral represents the modern day access we all have in music through social media, word of mouth and other visibility outlets” says Larry Brock.
The video for “Going Viral” was shot by @swanneyvisuals and the track is produced by @chrisblaqbeats. The single is now available everywhere music is streamed and sold and is currently being played on 91.5 The Blaze (Orlando, FL), 92.9 The Mix (Hartford, CT), 96 The Beat (Las vegas), 97.3 The Beat (Jackson, MS), Big Urban Soundz (Augusta, GA) and Blazin New Music (Cleveland, OH).
The Baltimore born artist is now signed to Skollaz Entertainment who is distributed by Sony Music/The Orchard by way of Native Son Records and is sponsored by Philly Black Bottle Boys (Luc Belaire). Larry Brock is excited for the avenue these opportunities will give his musical career. Join us in helping this song go viral by sharing the video and joining the press opportunities with Larry Brock.