After capturing discovered fans hearts with his live performances on Revolt TV and Refinery 29. New York up-and-coming act Realname McCoy takes his newfound fanbase to the club with new buzzworthy single, “Somewhere in the Tropics”.

A catchy number produced by Sur Jazz, the song shows off a unique vocals over the Uptempo bounce production. Sound rivals other rappers on the rise, Realname McCoy is off to an amazing start as we enter into the discussion of possible 2018 breakout artists. McCoy revealed on social media that his new song is loosely based on the women, his drug, a real charmer this one.

On making “Somewhere in the Tropics”, he shares.

“I was stuck living domestically in America since escaping the 1991 Mount Pinatubo volcano eruption in The Philippines. I started feeling the need to escape life in my everyday bubble, so I recently got myself a passport and have been taking full advantage ever since. The picture in the cover art for this song was taken while I was in Aruba earlier this year.”

A real breakout threat, Realname McCoy promises fans more single releases later on this year following his trendy hit. Hit the play above, and hear why fans are anxiously anticipating Realname McCoy’s upcoming project.