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Flvme Shares His Plans After Losing All His New Music Files

Flvme Shares His Plans After Losing All His New Music Files. Award winning rapper Flvme has always produced top quality music whether he’s working by himself or on a collaboration. The rapper currently stands as an independent artist and is very consistent with his music releases.

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The Stripes collaborator recently took to twitter to share that he had lost all his new music files. He simply tweeted, “Jus lost all my files“.

When a fan asked if Flvme‘s music had been backed up he responded saying not the new music. The fan wrote, “None of it is back’d up?does this mean you gonna have to re-record every HIT you had in store for us?

Flvme responded, “Not the new Stuff“.

After his series of tweets, Flvme said that his plans now are to restart the album recording process again.

“Guess we restarting the album process again”, Flvme tweeted.

A critic used the opportunity to say to Flvme that losing his files is probably as a result of Karma. Flvme eagerly responded, “And I thank her she jus put me back in beast mode. Get ready“.

Flvme recently appeared on a fire collaboration with newcomer Blxckie. The two went on to release a music video for their Stripes collaboration and fans have been loving it! The video has been viewed over 16k times and has found its way onto YouTube’s trending list.

The Candyman rapper has hinted at a joint album with American rapper 24hrs but has not given up any more information. Flvme hasn’t announced when his new music will be released.

His last album release Dead Or Alive was received fairly well by fans and included a star studded feature list.

Flvme’s features included the likes of Nasty C, Die Mondez, Zooci CokeDope, and American rapper 24hrs.

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