Music Video: Rising Hip-Hop Star JohnFugginDough drops a Visual to single, "Tubmans", and it's Movement

Keandra "Ke Ke" Scott | 3/16/2018, 10 a.m.
Where classic hip-hop influence meets a fresh new southern sound, you will find Trevon Wilson, known professionally as JohnFugginDough.

Hailing from New Orleans, LA now residing in Houston, TX, Hip-Hop artist JohnFugginDough has been making waves in the underground for a while now. Dough represents a well-rounded sound that few can compare to; his combination of impressive wordplay, unique delivery, and an untouchable stage presence forges a formidable artistic force. Dough's crowd moving performances have landed him on stage with artists CyHi the Prince, Special Ed and other well-known influential lyricists.

With a few projects under his belt, JohnFugginDough is currently working on a new body of work entitled Peer Fuggin Pressure which is sure to wow both critics and fans alike. The multi-talented wordsmith also recently created his own brand and clothing line IAmFugginAmazin, yet another reflection of the artistry level he has attained. Dough was recently featured on Houston's 1st Global Radio Station, Street 93.3FM, Home of the Concrete Hits.

You simply cannot put Dough in a box because he is mastering the arts of free-styling, rapping, recording, creating, performing and everything in between. Now, JohnFugginDough is letting the world know he means business, with a visual to his hit single "Tubmans" Directed by Q Guyton.

The rising star recently threw a fire release party, check out the video re-cap, here. "I don't really rap about money, but fill my pocket with them Tubmans..."

"Tubmans" is a movement for "the people", a message to the black community about our buying power and the importance of the influence that could come about with having a $20 bill with the legendary abolitionist on them.

"Spending black money at a black business, that's an underground railroad.."

Check out JohnFugginDough "Tubmans" Official Video, directed by Q Guyton and let us know what you think!

Click for the video, here.

Dough wants all his fans to hashtag #WeWantThemTubmans while listening to the single &/or rapping the hook for a chance to be in the viral/promo video.

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