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Local Rapper Aaron Malik to debut his new music in University Heights Summer Concert Series

Paul Krasinic

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UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, OH — With Summer 2021 going on, The City of University Heights brings back its very own Summer Concert Series, which was canceled back in 2020. Aaron Malik, one of its local star rappers, will be performing his new music through the University Heights debut concert.

Aaron Malik joined Cleveland-based music label, FCB Records Group, back in 2018 where he featured in two songs by CEO Darvio “Kingpin” Morrow’s project and The Journal. Aaron Malik continued his music journey with his first single release in 2019 titled “My Own”, which resulted in over 11,000 streams on Spotify followed by another release in the same year, “Bussa Move”. He generated over 35,000 streams and got himself aired in Real 106.1 in Cleveland.

In 2020, with the release of “Tempo”, featuring Mad Hayes, he received over 200,000 streams. This year, he will be back with new music to debut in University Heights Summer Concert Series.

It is announced in the news release that the artist has been productive during the COVID-19 pandemic and he is ready to release his new music. This FCB Records Group artist until now has been featured on local radio and achieved over 500,000 streams on Spotify.

Aaron Malik will perform in University Heights Summer Concert Series on Thursday, July 15. The concert itself has been open since July 1 by University Heights Symphonic Band & Raiders of the Lost Ark which performed patriotic favorites and selections of movie soundtrack at John Carroll University, while the remaining shows will be moved to Walter Stinson Community Park, including Aaron Malik’s.

Summer Concert Series will be held until August 5 with various performer lineups.

“We’re going to avenge the lost summer of 2020 with our greatest and most eclectic lineup in city history,” The City of University Heights Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan said.

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