Baxley, Georgia – While most 22-year-olds are still clueless about their future, Adrien McCall (known to fans as “Last.Blo” or, simply, “Blo”) has had his eyes on the prize since he was a business-savvy child, peddling dope as early as first grade, which taught him the art of business and selling and sparked his passion for entrepreneurship. By 20 years of age, he’d already begun his very own label, Struggle Made Genius Record Label. His love of business merged with his knack for music, fueled by his family’s involvement in the church choir, and he began to tell his story through song.
Blo has a distinct uniqueness about him; a way in which he carries himself that cause people to take notice. His adoring audience is mainly women, he laughs, “They call me ‘Mr. City to City, Titty to Titty.” And while he comes by this clever moniker honestly, there’s a reason he draws in gentlemen and ladies alike. His presence on stage and off exudes a nearly-presidential confidence, so much it’s almost hard to ignore. His music, too, carries with it a unique quality. Clever wordplay and “heartfelt sing-along type harmonizing” is what makes his music intriguing. His newest mix tape, which releases May 17th, pays homage to his “upper echelon” sophistication with its title, Welcome to My Embassy.
The artist, dubbed “the Ambassador of Georgia” by fans, plans to release Welcome to My Embassy on his birthday and book shows to celebrate with fans.