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Lil Foggy dropped a new single called “Christian Louboutin.”


This jam is lighting up the airwaves.


It climbed into the Top 25 on the Bomb Trap Music Chart and has strong momentum under its wing to go even further.


Lil Foggy kicked off his recording career at the home of a friend. However, he now travels to the city to lay down his craft.


I started recording at my friend’s house with his setup, but now I’m going to studios in the city. Shout out to Hadihaad all the way and shout out to Soundmaker and Trey ~ Lil Foggy

He is pleased with the success of his chart climbing single, but he has aspirations to expand his audience to his home country of Korea.


I want to make an impact in my country, Korea, the same way I’ve been able to make an impact here in America ~ Lil Foggy

Check out "Christian Louboutin" on the New Music Podcast.

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