EP PRE-ORDER AVAILABLE NOW
[New York, NY – June 24, 2020] Today, the Youtube/TikTok rising rap duo ZaeHD & CEO release “SPECIAL DELIVERY,” the first track off their forthcoming EP GLOBAL WARNING, out June 30th via RCA Records. The EP pre-order is available now. The video was directed by Jason Linder and shot in Atlanta.
Talking about their forthcoming EP GLOBAL WARNING, ZaeHD & CEO explain: “We’ve come a long way since our first project, but we’re still only just getting started. GLOBAL WARNING is just another example of what we have to offer. Only hits. This is us warming up and warning the world to get used to seeing and hearing about us.”
The duo’s recent signing to RCA Records was announced in April via Instagram along with releasing the track and video “At The Door.” ZaeHD & CEO have found success on various media platforms such as YouTube, TikTok and Triller. They have over 280,000 subscribers on YouTube and there are currently over 6 million original videos that have been made on TikTok for their viral songs “Hustle & Flow,” “Roscoes,” “ALL IN,” “SIX’FO” “Cookie Shop” and “HUMPTY DUMPTY.” Early fans of the young rappers include Justin Bieber, Drake, Lizzo, Chance the Rapper, Shaquille O’Neal, Jessica Alba and more. Overall, ZaeHD & CEO have over 93 million streams worldwide on Spotify and Apple alone.
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Born in Little Rock, Arkansas, the long-time friends that make up the rising rap duo ZaeHD & CEO are heating up in 2020 following a breakthrough year in 2019. Popular on YouTube, TikTok and Triller, the newly-signed RCA artists started out by making catchy choreography on YouTube (created viral “Shoot” dance with BlocBoy JB) and went on to go viral with their songs “Hustle & Flow,” “Cookie Shop,” “Roscoes,” “SIX’FO,” “ALL IN,” “HUMPTY DUMPTY” and “SMASH” on TikTok. ZaeHD & CEO released numerous singles before debuting their first project HighDefGang Vol.1 in April 2019, followed by their second project HighDefGang, Vol.2 in December of that year. Early fans of the young rappers include Justin Bieber, Drake, Chance the Rapper, Shaquille O’Neal and more. They currently have over 280,000 YouTube subscribers, over 6 million original videos that have been made with their songs on TikTok and overall, have over 93 million streams worldwide on Spotify and Apple alone.