Detroit Rapper Thurgo Looks To Establish His Name With Self-Titled EP
Thurgo transitions into a new chapter with a self-titled EP. Born and raised in the city of Detroit, Thurgood McCants has always looked up to his father, Grover McCants. Being a respected actor and media mogul, Thurgood had a good role model who influenced him positively to follow in the same light and manifest his dreams. Stepping into the hip hop limelight, he would adopt the stage name Thurgo Kush where he released several hits that grew his fanbase and spread his name worldwide. He has since performed at A3C festival in Atlanta, collaborated with artists like Babyface Ray and Mr. Marcelo, and has his own billboard in Detroit. During the quarantine, Thurgo Kush continued to feed fans with quality music, releasing 5 projects, earning over 500,000 streams, an incredible achievement for an independent artist. Out of the five projects released during the pandemic, Thurgo is a 6 track EP that marks his transition from Thurgo Kush to his new and shortened moniker.
Each track brings a different vibe. Track 1, Thurgo gives insight into his lifestyle. Track 2, 90 Day Grind is a flex anthem that inspires the grind for the bag no matter the obstacles of life. Track 3, Lookin Like is a banger featuring Mark White of Sada Baby’s Big Squad imprint. Track 4, Dreaming features Thurgo’s 3-year-old nephew speaking some of his first words. Track 5, Round The Corner is the Corona-inspired trap anthem. Track 6, Can’t Relate Pt.2, is the sequel to his highly successful song, Can’t Relate, where Thurgo showcases the talent that sets him apart from other artists and why he sees himself as a future goat of hip hop. The new project will mark a new chapter in his life and will be his best body of work to date. Follow the uprising of Detroit’s next hip hop sensation on Twitter @thurgohmmg and stream his EP “Thurgo” on Spotify HERE.