Today, Columbia Records recording artist 645AR releases a new track “In Love With A Stripper”. Produced by Full Tac and Rambow, “In Love With A Stripper” finds 645AR rapping and singing in his signature falsetto over the slow and melodic banger. Listen here.

645AR has also released the official video for “In Love With A Stripper”. Inspired by the classic film Honey, I Shrunk The Kids, the vaguely Lynchian visual finds the 6’5 rapper with the cartoon voice suddenly pint-sized as he navigates the everyday objects of his life including refrigerator magnets, nightclub ready Barbies, weight plates, soda bottles and a not so friendly cat. Watch the Highdeas directed video here.

“In Love With A Stripper” is just one of the upcoming releases from the Bronx/Atlanta native, who has been working hard in the studio on new music and visuals. 645AR first caught the public’s attention with his distinctive vocals – quickly dubbed “squeak rap” by fans and critics alike. While discovering 645AR’s music, at first listen, one would be tempted to assume it’s a gimmick. However, when speaking about his latest track, 645AR reassures the audience, “This is the 1”.

Additional tracks will be announced in the coming weeks; fans can visit 645AR’s socials for updates.

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