Don Mykel hit us up with the first single from his upcoming EP. The track is called “N.W.O.” and it’s dense, personal and really energetic.

The track essentially shows off Don’s bars and he also flips it on the second verse and gets personal for the listener. Hit the play button and get familiar.

Born in the Bronx and raised in Harlem, Don Mykel has been laying down the groundwork. His previous projects, which include King Mykel: The Rebirth and G.O.D. Mykel: The Last Martyr, put him as a “contender in the ongoing battle for New York’s next rap king.” (HotNewHipHop) Rooted in hard-hitting lyricism inspired by legends like Tupac, Jay-Z and Nas, Don Mykel has developed “a flow that’s incredibly energetic and truly innovative. His unique voice makes it even easier to stay focused on his dense bars.” (DJ Booth) Delivering a lyrical onslaught on Sway In The Morning and showing off his “impeccable lyrics and razor-sharp flows” (Elevator) in the recent music video for “Return Of The Don,” Don Mykel continues to raise the bar with each verse.

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