Today, buzzing NYC based artist, OnCue premieres the vibey new track SIP from his forthcoming EP You Knew All Along with Billboard.  “SIP” is a feel good song over a loopy production that showcases OnCue’s undeniable flow and boastful wordplay in which he masters the delivery without sounding too presumptuous.  OnCue told Billboard, “Most of the time, the best records happen randomly — and “Sip” happened randomly. I wanted the beat (from producer Brenton Duval and Maki) for months — and when I finally got the green light, it was mine and I wrote to it immediately. It was initially intended for my upcoming Perfectly, Tragically, Flawed project — but after sitting down with all the records we decided it made more sense on You Knew All Along. Since it was originally intended for PTF, Maki added some extra magic to it as well. I’ve been listening to this song every other day since the top of 2016 — it just feels so damn good.”

OnCue, who has been working closely over the past few years with extraordinaire producer Just Blaze (Beyoncé, Jay Z, T.I., Fabolous), is signed to Blaze’s Rebel Base Industries Label and is excited to deliver his EP You Knew All Along on November 11, 2016.  The EP includes the buzzed about single “3AM”, which he just released a brand new music video for, and two sonically appealing brand new tracks including “SIP”.  Fans can preorder You Knew All Along here and stream “3AM” on Spotify.

You Knew All Along Tracklist:

* New tracks

  1. Boy On The Come Up (Prod. by Brenton Duval & Mike Kuz)

  2. Eat Your Heart Out (Prod. by CRWN & Maki)

  3. Sip (Prod. by Brenton Duval & Mike Kuz)*

  4. 3AM (Prod by Myles Williams & K. Beatz)

  5. On and Off (Prod. by Alex Lustig)*

  6. I Remember You (Prod. by Khali Carela, Maki, & Mike Kuz)

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