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Published on July 3rd, 2020 | by Guest Editor


Mike Smiff Goes Back To Basics In New Album ‘Family Business’

2020 has been a big year for the talented artist that is Mike Smiff, from featuring in Kodak Black’s latest track ‘Vulture’s Cry 2’, which is close to reaching four million streams to the release of ‘Big Steppin” and now he returns with his new album, ‘Family Business’.

The infectious track tells a story about someone, who’s gone through some hard times in the streets and wanting a way out but can’t seem to change his lifestyle. His brand new project, Family Business’, is a collaborative album with his brother Rondo Smiff, consisting of ten breathtaking tracks, including ‘No Feelings’.

(Album Artwork)

Mike Smiff has been grinding for years and keeping the consistency going with his music as it naturally flows for the artist.  That consistency has led to his mentor, Trick Daddy, helping sweeten a deal with Slip N Slide Records, who have the likes of Trick Daddy, Trina, Rick Ross and more.

Now, with cosigns by artists such as Kodak Black, The City Girls, Boosie, along with Trick Daddy, Smiff is said to be the next to blow out of Miami.

When speaking about the project, Mike Smiff said, “Family Business is me going back to the basics. I feel like I got away from my vibe for a little bit and with my ability to be versatile it’s easy for me to swerve but Family Business is what it sounds like when I surround myself around the people and the energy that makes me hungry. I’m back outside and when you hear this project, you can tell!”

You can listen to the album below:

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