Former LHHATL Star Tommie Drops “Pressure” From Jail

April 8, 2019
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Empire Distribution is proud to announce the latest release by rising rap
star Tommie (formerly of LHHATL). Produced by Audio Jones, who most recently contributed to City Girls’ sophomore effort Girl Code, “Pressure” not only proves Tommie’s lyrical prowess, but also affirms that the star is ready to redirect her often tumultuous career. 

Listen to “Pressure” below.

Navigating the music industry as an independent artist while balancing real life challenges over the past year has proven to be more than crazy for Tommie. Ever transparent, she kicked off 2019 with the release of a no-holds barred documentary titled Truth, which was preceded by a single of the same name.

Watch “Truth” Documentary Here


 

Both arrived shortly after Tommie’s most recent arrest, which she says comes in the midst of a major life change. “I’ve been working really hard through my problems considering the challenges that’s been set before me since I’ve been home,” Tommie said in a statement. “I’ve done all that I can do on my own to shake my habits, but I do realize that I need help and I am currently seeking treatment.”

Over the next few weeks, Tommie and Empire Distribution will continue to present her multi-faceted talent to the fans, cementing her spot as one of Hip-Hop’s new rising stars.

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