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CHARLOTTE -

In Charlotte, this weekend, Hip-Hop artist Mark Battles graced the stage, at The Chop Shop, as the opening act for the Bad Boy Records signee King Los. Battles said, being a young, up-and-coming artist can be humbling at times, but his years of hard-work are starting to pay off. He recently heard his latest single “Can’t Stand Us” featuring Frenchie Montana and Derek Luh, has received radio play in major cities across the country.

One thing that sets Battles, apart from other artists is his sound. “The thing that really separates me is [my] work ethic and it’s also the message behind my music. I try to fill my music with substance”. “I try to be the person that everyone can relate to,” said Battles.

Mark Battles believes that no matter how big he becomes, he’ll stay true to his authenticity and his fan base. To see a performance from Mark Battles, he will open for Kid Ink at the Fillmore, in Charlotte, on November 15.

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