Terry Milla – ‘Free-Quincy’

Terry Milla makes integrity his top priority, and that can be seen in everything he does. His recording company is named 100 Trillion Entertainment, and it stands for, “keep it 100,” “keep it trill”, and is built on the concept of the human body being made up of 50-120 trillion cells, and so 100 Trillion Entertainment looks at the limitless potential each person has. Terry Milla’s latest single and music video, ‘Free-Quincy’, also keeps it 100, and is definitely not another generic hip-hop clip, where the focus is on a rapper flashing the cash and pretty women.

Terry Milla is all about the wordplay, albeit indirectly; he’s also big on performances that leave it open to interpretation, allowing the viewers to come to their own conclusions based on what he’s put out there. In the video for ‘Free-Quincy’, although he starts out in a hot tub, surrounded by models, that’s not all there is to it. He’s a holistic hip-hop artist, and ‘Free-Quincy’ plays on the word “frequency”, and the idea that the external can’t prevail over the power of  the mind.  With on-the-ball bars and unrefined vision, along with high energy guitar riffs, heavy drums and superb vocal performances, ‘Free-Quincy’ is a showcase of Terry Milla’s  three-dimensional approach to music – no matter how you feel about him, Milla declares that “love me or hate me, you will remember me.”

Check out the music video for ‘Free-Quincy’ below, and find out more about Terry Milla and his music online on 100Trill’s official website.

Terry Milla - "Free Quincy" (Official Music Video - Radio Virgin - FULL LENGTH)

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