Maine LaVeau Dropped His New Video “Dolo”

Florida’s rising recording artist Maine Laveau has been making his way around the industry with incredible universal and camouflage sound. Miami’s own is making sure everyone keeps up with Maine. He recently released his new visual to his song “Dolo.”

The inspiration for “Dolo” was based on the urban slang meaning “To be alone, or do by yourself.” In this visual, Maine chose truthful facts that lead us to situations that made us better, not bitter. Those same genuine situations made the choice of lyrics so thorough and authentic. However, Piffy Guwap and Rob Ray put the icing on the cake. With verbal intercourse that displayed both a gritty and casual demeanor, the location was different from the regular Miami vibes. LaVeau chose Atl to show his viewers how he pretty much goes from state to state and adapts on his musical journey with great energy, more so victory.

Check out “Dolo” above and stream Maine LaVeau music below.

Written by Driune Santana

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