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Latest Single from Chris B Rocks Streaming and Social Media Platforms

Chris B is making remarkable waves on streaming and social media platforms with the release of his latest single called “Taste Like Sugar.” The hip-hop artist generated a whopping 100,000 views on YouTube and over one million views on Facebook in such a short period of time. His vibrant and colorful music video has music fans hooked, and they cannot help but watch it over and over again. If anything, this unstoppable music artist has outdone himself once again with the release of his new song.

Born Christopher Anthony Berry, Chris B has been building his music career and creating exciting songs since February 28, 2000. Throughout the course of his career, he has produced six albums and 18 singles, currently available on all streaming platforms. He also generated social media popularity with his song “I Don’t Even Know,” which hit 1.4 million views on Facebook alone. His single “Loot,” featuring Haylee Cook, reached more than 300,000 views on Instagram. His song “6 Shooter Cowboy,” featuring Haylee Cook, reached more than one million views after a week from its release on April 8, 2021. If there is one undeniable thing about Chris B, it is that he is a phenomenal hit in this generation.

Just this April 8, he released another groundbreaking project “6 Shooter Cowboy’’ featuring Haylee Cook, inspiring T-Pain to create a similar visual to his new song “I like Dat’’ Featuring Kehlani. He has successfully positioned himself as the next big thing in the music industry, prompting both music executives and artists to be on the lookout for his next projects. The remarkable connection he has made with his fans is nothing but worthy of attention, and it is for this main reason that various publications featured his impressive achievements, from Thrive Global Magazine to Medium, LA Weekly, Atlanta Wire, Hollywood Digest, and Media Hype 101, to mention a few.

This social media sensation has also been posted in Music Observer’s Top 20 Artists of 2021, where he ranked number five. The list also included big names in the industry such as Justin Bieber, Olivia Rodrigo, Drake, Billie Eilish, Kid Lit Music, Patrick Beck, Ah’lay, Ivan B, Johnnie Spencer, Walker Hayes and Lamar Love, among others. With his amazing track record on social media and streaming platforms, there is no question that Chris B deserves his number five spot on the list.

Apart from being a multi-faceted music artist, he is also an actor and book author. His first book titled Planet Earth Seized of Destruction came out on Amazon last May 16, 2021, and generated thousands of dollars in sales in just a few days. The phenomenal success of his book launch also inspired the likes of Kevin Hart, T-Pain, and Will Smith to release their books as well. 

Chris B is also undeniably a powerful influencer, inspiring other well-known personalities to follow his personal choices. Just recently, he bought a $100,000 Baguette prong-set Cuban 14k solid gold chain, which inspired Jake Paul to buy his own a week later. Even artist Tom MacDonald uses the same marketing strategies that Chris B uses to promote his personal brand. 

The independent music artist also owns his own Roku channel and TV show inspired by his single “6 Shooter Cowboy.” He has always been known for his out-of-the-box ideas and unique artistry, which are reflected in his work as the songwriter, producer, and sound engineer of his own songs. With hard work and dedication, Chris B has proven that it is still possible to make a name in the music industry without having to rely on the resources of big music labels. He hopes to set an example to aspiring artists out there waiting for their chance to be known in the industry.

Learn more about Chris B by visiting his website. Follow him on Instagram and TikTok for updates on his latest projects. 

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