Sciryl Da Ghost Releases New Sensual Single “Do Her”

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The new single is presented by Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes Promotion.

Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes announce the release of the “Do Her” single by Sciryl Da Ghost. The single track project is currently available for download on the Coast 2 Coast website. This single was produced by A-Foe Productions.

Born Zach Spears, Sciryl Da Ghost is an Illinois rapper who got his name from the word “lyrics” spelled backwards. Growing up in Chicagoland with a father that was a Blues musician, Sciryl was introduced into the world of music at a young age. By the age of 12, he had already written his first rap with the help of his brother making beats on the keyboard. Sciryl was known throughout high school as a talented artist and gained respect from his peers by freestyling and battling others. He had gone to college, and when he realized it wasn’t for him, he went back to his first passion, music.

With the release of his mixtape “High Risk High Reward” he has built up a momentum that has lead to the release of his newest single “Do Her”. This single track is a small sample of what’s to expect in the second installment of “High Risk High Reward Vol. 2”. Somewhere between hip-hop and R&B is where this track could be found. A love-making single for the ladies, this single is sure to be a hit whether in the car or in the bedroom. Sciryl throws in a few of his own preferences in case you were curious. Be sure to keep up with Sciryl Da Ghost by following him on Twitter at @ScirylDaGhost.

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