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Published on December 3rd, 2019 | by Jerry Doby

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A1 Bentley Releases New Single ‘2 At A Time’

During Thanksgiving weekend, A1 Bentley broke the internet by releasing his new single, 2 At A Time. The Love & Hip Hop star is infamous for his style, creativity, and for being a musical genius. In A1 fashion, he released a 30 second clip on Instagram of him and his adorable toddler vibing to 2 At A Time, which is also a digital challenge ( #2AtATimeChallenge ) that encourages his fans to upload a video of them vibing out for a chance to win round trip tickets to his video shoot with RIV Entertainment.

A1 has teamed up with RIV Entertainment for his latest project that’s scheduled to debut at the top of 2020. The first single, 2 At A Time proves that there are no limits to having 2 of everything that you desire. “Experiencing everything 2 at a time is Sensational”, says A1. 2 At A Time is now available on all streaming platforms, take a listen to the single below

Riveting Entertainment will release the official video for 2 At A Time Mid-December.

About A1 Bentley

With multiple platinum singles under his belt, Floyd “A1” Bentley contributed 19 additional songs on Chris Brown’s album Heartbreak On A Full Moon, an album that went gold in only three days.

This hit producer has quite an impressive resume that includes frequent collaborations with Omarion, Yung Berg, Gucci Mane, and Jeremih. A1 mainly writes and produces @a1bentley bangin’ tracks, but has other interests as well.

A1 is busy trying to balance having a family, prospering music career and shooting scenes for VH1’s Love and Hip Hop: Monthly Listeners 163,994

Hollywood. “I realized it’s not about who you know but who knows about you,” says the premier producer. “I’ve worked hard and am still working hard, always trying to get somewhere I haven’t been.”


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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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