[New Music]- Mika Means, Akbar V, D Woods (aka Project Girls Club)’s New Release: “Heavy”!! @shanellyoungmoney @yagirldwoods @projectsgirlsclub @therealmikame @akbar__v

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In a society where women are the top emerging business owners, entrepreneurs, and entertainers Project Girls Club couldn’t have picked a better time to reveal their movement. This diverse group of women includes some the industry’s most respected female artists, songwriters, radio personalities, business owners, actress and more. In an effort to provide a network for women, created by women, Project Girls Club is reminiscent of an entertainment sorority with beautiful and talented women who are all driven, passionate and supportive
of each other.

Their latest achievement is the release of their very bossy summertime song “Heavy” featuring Mika Means, Shanell,
Akbar V and D Woods. Mika Means is a successful singer and songwriter. Shanell is Young Money’s singer, songwriter and best kept secret. Akbar V is an up and coming rapper making her way into the mainstream on the latest season of Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta. D Woods is a singer, actress and former member of Danity Kane. Their single “Heavy” is the perfect song that combines their four styles and shows that Project Girls Club is a new group of powerful, talented women that know how to have fun and make waves!

https://m.soundcloud.com/user-603295240/heavy

https://www.instagram.com/PROJECTGIRLSCLUB/

https://linktr.ee/projectgirlsclub

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