Paper Chaser Entertainment's PCE Sincere, Does it Again with release of "DGB."



Atlanta, Jul 4, 2020 (Issuewire.com) - Coming out of Tampa, with versatile tracks like "Have You Eva" featuring his bother and label mate PCE Dirt, I Can't Lie, Chickens ft. HotBoy Turk and now DGB, PCE Sincere's catalog represents his lifestyle to the T. Surviving such urban jungle as Tampa, is not an easy task. Sincere makes it sound easy in his music. Only if you are from the streets, can you relate to making it in the streets? This is what makes Sincere one of a kind. None like any other artist you have heard. Creating a chill atmosphere to listen to real lyrics. Real lyrics from a real individual living what he raps about.

Some, all they know is being real and the hustle. The hustle may keep you in the streets, but being real keeps you Gucci in the streets. Just like @pce_sincere says in his new single "D.G.B."  "Diamonds on My Neck Go Bling,'' is not only the hook for Sincere's latest track but its bigger and more than that. It's not just a lifestyle either, but something to strive towards. More music streams, bigger checks, more diamonds and better things to come. With continuous consistency and keeping the hot tracks coming, Since, will be around for a long time. The industry needs more real. Follow PCE Sincere on Instagram to stay in touch @PCE_Sincere.

Check out more about the Emcee below:

Most rappers that are in the music industry, really are not from the streets. More often than none young artists get caught up in the hype. This leads to them finding out the harsh realities of the streets. Their lyrics just do not match their lifestyle. Then there are artists like PCE Sincere. Sincere's music paints the picture of the things he experienced in the streets. Anyone who has been in the streets in any way will relate to the pictures being painted. Starting in music for creative freedom. Now, Sincere looks to build Paper Chasers Entertainment into an empire, that showcases his team's talent. There's no wonder Jay-Z is Sincere's musical inspiration. A true rags to riches story. Coming from nothing, showing the world anything is possible, with hard work. Jay-Z put himself in position to be able to help so many become successful. Helping others out the streets and becoming successful, is a strong passion Sincere has had for a while. Sincere started out managing and promoting artists with a good friend and business partner. Sincere took Glasses Malone and FamousKidBrick's words, "Keep your foot on their necks," to heart. After realizing he was on to something big, he hasn't stopped pushing talented artists since. So make sure you keep a lookout for CheckTheStar, Tragic and Dirt as inspiring rappers under Paper Chasers Entertainment. Sincere always has new music being released on Spotify and all streamings sites. His mixtape "Interstate Congress" is coming soon. Stay up to date with PCE Sincere.

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