Artist Promotion

D Myke Let’s Go To Vegas ft J Young MDK

Press Release

(New York, NY)  D. Myke drops his debut single, “Let’s Go To Vegas”, featuring J Young MDK on June 5, 2020 on all digital outlets.  J Young MDK is on Jamie Foxx’s record label. 

“Let’s Go To Vegas” was produced by Darius Samuel, aka 15hunnitboy (prodigy of Rance). 15hunnit boy is also known for producing Big Homie Rules by Yo Gotti. Let’s Go To Vegas was mixed, mastered and recorded by Grammy nominated engineer Lorenzo Cardona, who produced Rockstar by Post Malone.

 “Let’s Go To Vegas” is a fun road trip anthem that invites everyone to live in the moment and do something fun with your friends. While many of us can’t actually make it to Vegas right now, we can still connect with each other and find ways to enjoy life and share time together. “Let’s Go To Vegas” is that exact invitation to fun and freedom. Everyone is invited to join the party, come along and “Let’s Go To Vegas!” 

 D. Myke shares how  “Let’s Go To Vegas” came to life, “This song is about EVERYONE coming together, regardless of who they are, what they look like or where they come from. We were hanging out at the studio talking about an upcoming trip driving to Vegas we had planned. This simple song came out of that moment. We were looking forward to leaving our worries behind and having fun together! I want this song to help people feel like they can get back to having a good time again and promote a positive message and share love for each other in these difficult times.” – D. Myke

…Lets go to Vegas.
Bags been packed,
Extra key to my hotel suite,
Views from the top is all we need.
Lets go to Vegas…”  

 Featured artist J Young MDK gives his thoughts on D. Myke and the single, “It’s been a pleasure working with D. Myke. That’s my brother and he’s a good artist. What I love about the song “Let’s Go To Vegas” is it’s timeless. People will be singing this song for years to come. It represents fun and positivity. It’s an OPEN invitation for everyone to turn up. What’s not dope about that?” – J Young MDK

Thoughts on the Music

The song is definitely a jam and I agree that it is a song you blast in the car on a road trip. It’s carefree and fun. I enjoyed the lyrical content as well with the Vegas lifestyle references. It is a catchy summer anthem. It also has high production value. You can stream and download the song by following this link:

 Download and Stream Links

Biography: D. Myke was born and raised in Riverside, California but his music roots were imprinted by the Legendary 1500 or Nothin’.  D. Myke is under management of Lawrence “Loe” Chandler, aka Fluff (manager of 1500 or Nothin’).  The two have partnered under their label, Lifestyle Music Entertainment. While 1500 or Nothin’ was on tour with Jay Z in 2018, D. Myke started recording his own collection of music.

While D. Myke was simultaneously working on his collection of music, he was one of Ford Models Top Male Models from 2008-2017. He has worked on numerous photo shoots and runway shows alongside Naomi Campbell, Irina Shayk, Candace Swanapoel, Adriana Lima, Kendall Jenner, and many more. His most featured fashion work was booked exclusively by Riccardo Tisci for Givenchy. He was also featured in YG & DJ Mustard’s International Adidas Campaign. Gucci, Giorgio Armani, and Salvatore Ferragamo are among other brands D. Myke has worked with. After monumental success in the fashion industry, D. Myke is excited to break ground in the music industry with his debut single, “Let’s Go To Vegas.”
J Young MDK & D Myke

Want more

D Myke has had a long career in the entertainment industry. Now as he ventures into music with an incredible team behind him we become privy to his various talents. I think we all want to go on a long vacation to Vegas once things get better. The song is well done and I cannot wait to see the forthcoming music video. If you want to stay updated on everything D Myke has going on and want to follow his journey check out these links:


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