Born and raised in North Philly, Newcomer Terrell Mackey explores his upbringing in the city of “Brotherly Love” on his latest track, “Pull Over.” With aims to highlight the essence of his hometown, the visual places the singer/songwriter at key points through out the city while also noting its accompanying hardships. Carving out his own lane in the new age of R&B and soul, check the video above and look out for new music as he prepares for an upcoming project.
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