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Sir Will delivers a powerhouse anthem on the value of self-love with new release “Weight Up”

Compton-bred, Phoenix-based inner city advocate and powerhouse rapper Sir Will emerges with an explosive new single “Weight Up.” The track commemorates the times in our lives we’ve pushed past our limits and put in the work to reach our highest potentials. It celebrates extravagance, decadence, and wealth as Sir Will narrates his self-love journey over thumping bass with charismatic, inviting flow. 

Antonio Reid Jr. assembled a team including the Grammy nominated, West Coast icon Rhythm D (Eazy-E, Snoop Dogg, Bone Thugs-n-Harmony, Mack 10, Paperboy) and the Grammy nominated, Billboard Award winning force Bobby Keyz of the Loopholes (Future, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Moneybagg Yo) to produce the punchy, supersonic sound behind “Weight Up.” Paired with Sir Will’s dominating vocals, the track is full of urgency and purpose yet still maintains its light, comedic core at the center. 

The music video follows Sir Will as he explores all the ways to get your ‘weight up’ whether it be through investment or indulgence. He is pictured throwing cash at the shoe store, pumping iron at the gym, and even ordering the entire menu on a luxurious dinner date. There is no limit to what he’ll do in order to invest in himself and reach his greatest form, and the same sentiment comes through in Sir Will’s dynamic music. 

Sir Will has worked alongside iconic collaborators such as Judge Da Boss, Drumma Boy, and Battlecat. His last single “Moment of Truth” gained more than 180,000 streams on Youtube. Outside of music, Sir Will is a dedicated advocate for inner-city youth and works hard to educate the community on financial literacy. Under his own label Will Do It Entertainment, “Weight Up” is his latest power-punching release for an empowered look at modern self-love.

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