Stickz Greenz “Department Store” Single Available Now

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

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"I am not a typical product of my environment... I represent people from all walks of life. I am a melting pot." -Stickz Greenz

Coast 2 Coast Mixtapes announce the release of the “Department Store” single by Stickz Greenz. The single track project is currently available for download on the Coast 2 Coast website and was produced by J. Rob.

Tony Quarless, also known as Stickz Greenz, is a singer/songwriter from Brooklyn, NY. Interested in numerous genres, including rap, pop, and rock and roll, Stickz Greenz is a well-rounded multi-talented artist. It all began at the age of seven when Stickz started to write music. Then at 16 Stickz left his home and family in a pursuit of independence and creative freedom. He has fused different styles together to create what he calls “Street Rock,” which was inspired by the works of Bob Marley, Biggie, The Lox, Fleetwood Mac, Jewel and others.

Stickz Greenz releases his newest single entitled “Department Store” produced by J. Rob. The track starts off with a supernatural trippy instrumental with distorted sounds. Stickz illustrates a night in the club partying with beautiful women and using illicit drugs. He discusses the feeling of getting twisted with his homies, sipping and slurring, and taking over the game. This new single is perfect for vibing in the car or with friends. To keep up with Stickz Greenz and his latest music follow him on Twitter at @stickzgreenz.

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