86ixt’s Music Is A Reflection Of Themselves

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From rhyme, rhythm, and real reason, 86ixt has made a dent in today’s music and entertainment world. The dedication is no less than the best and putting in the effort to make it to the big leagues won’t be a surprise in this case. Do not forget that when you hear 86ixt on the airwaves nationally or even internationally that we predicted the success.

With a splash of hip hop the newest gentleman’s group is a class all their own in the r&b/soul genre. Comprised of CJ Steezz who’s a rapper and Rik Jaymez who’s a singer/rapper, both come from Oregon and developed the name 86ixt because their music doesn’t quite fit into a particular category. Their aim is to bring back music with substance and meaning, music that you can feel. In 2015 the duo released their album 86ixt tha Mixtape and so far in 2016 they’ve performed with Young Thug, Devin the Dude, and Glasses Malone.

Aside from hosting a show for Cash Money artist Caskey on the Never Slow Down Tour, 86ixt is working on a 1930’s theme music video for new single “Vinyl” which is available on iTunes, Spotify, and CD baby. The single is also the title of their debut album that’s set for release this summer. The duo’s goal is to collab with likeminded artists on future projects.

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