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Hakeem Prime announces release of “Imma Let You Go” (Music Video)

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Today is April 19th Viral Sensation Hakeem Prime has announced the release of his now hit song Imma let you go. Fans have been awaiting for months on the video’s release and boy did he deliver. not to spoil it he did give us over at disrupt access to see the video and you are in for a treat!

We thought we found some in this whole Imma Let You Go viral song. It seems to be a James Bay – Let it go inspired song that has red flag fanatics’ going hard all last year. With it being so close in style, we though it couldn’t be put up on YouTube or soundcloud. Although it has. Gaining over 150K its first 2 weeks. fans every where are reposting hakeem’s message. shortly after though it was Removed from streaming platforms after Tiktok controversy started another artist wanted to jump in the mix trying to claim the song hakeem had made himself

Imma let you goooo cause I need my peacee so you do you and imma do meeeeee πŸŒͺ

β€” 𝐻𝒢𝓀𝑒𝑒𝓂 𝒫𝓇𝒾𝓂𝑒 πŸ‡ (@HakeemPrime) April 2, 2022

However after its release to streaming platform the artist in question that had been claiming hakeem stole his lyrics and never gave him credit for the release went quite. although as we did some research on the song and their relationship online it does appear Prime did at least give him credit for being the first to post to tiktok as a cover song. even as far as september 2021 on its release. Of course we all know how some songwriters are not even paid at times or worst. so what is the true story behind this? seems like alot of bickering back and forth only time will tell.

Hakeem is very active on social media and has even made a dance to the song. which you can find below


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IG- @brokendrmrs Co-star is one of two. In a rap duo with her sister check her out for more music.

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