Rhyme Report

Published on October 10th, 2019 | by Jerry Doby


Premiere: Pat Muresan “Bad News”

Pat Muresan is a new young lion coming out of the ATL and he comes as a multi-hyphenate being that he’s an award-winning skateboarder as well as one of the fast-rising new voices in music. His latest single “Bad News” is a dope reflective joint based on past relationships and negative vibes that can have a big impact on one’s life. The song is a straight ride through and is the lead taste for his upcoming project PreMadonna due out in November.

Bad News was which was produced by Chris Clark (who produced the new track with DaniLeigh and Chris Brown), takes a melodic journey through his past relationships and examines the negative influence outside opinions can play.

About Pat Muresan

Hailing from Atlanta by way of Romania, Pat Muresan is next up for young, creative artists from Atlanta. This multi-talented star has been rapping since moving to America from Romania at the young age of six. His father and mother, both entrepreneurs, immigrated to the states in search of a better life for their children.

After relocating to Atlanta, Muresan was introduced to early 2000s hip-hop – which ignited his love for rap and skate culture. At an early age, Muresan would sneak out of his parents’ home to hang out at local record stores and listening to classic rap albums, feeding his passion and crafting his musical style. Muresan grew up listening to acts like 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, Eminem, Andre 3000, Big Boi and more.

After completing high school, Muresan went on to become a nationally recognized skateboarder, participating in and winning national competitions across the country. By age 17, Muresan was hanging out in recording studios with the likes of Usher, Future, Chris Brown and more.

PreMadonna, Muresan’s newest project, is set to be released in November 2019. The lead single, Bad News, was released on October 10, 2019. The entire project was produced by Chris Clark.

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Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine, and internationally published arts & entertainment journalist. Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture as well as the United States Press Corps.

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