Rap Artist Rique Unveils Latest Single "No Floss" — A Testament to Resilience and Authenticity.

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North Atlanta, Georgia Jun 3, 2024 ( - Patrick Henrique Goins Jr., better known by his stage name Rique, has just dropped his newest single, "No Floss," a poignant reflection of his journey and resilience as an artist and individual. Available now on Spotify, "No Floss" showcases Rique's unparalleled lyrical prowess and sonic finesse, solidifying his status as a rising force in the rap scene.

Born on February 17th, 1989, in Hamilton, Ohio, Rique's early childhood was marked by a deep connection to music, which blossomed during his teenage years in Cincinnati. After high school, Rique embarked on a transformative journey to Atlanta, where he honed his craft as an artist and embraced the challenges and triumphs that shaped him into the man he is today.

"For over 10 years, Atlanta has been my crucible, molding me into the artist and individual I am today," says Rique. "Through the ups and downs, I've remained steadfast in my pursuit of self-expression and personal growth."

As an independent artist and visionary, Rique has spent years refining his lyrical and songwriting skills, using music as a therapeutic outlet to openly express himself and connect with listeners on a deeper level. With "No Floss," Rique invites audiences into his world, offering a raw and authentic glimpse into his journey of self-discovery and resilience.

"I take great pride in my craft as a wordsmith and songwriter," Rique adds. "My ultimate goal is to inspire others through my music and my actions, serving as a beacon of authenticity and positivity in a world that often demands conformity."

"No Floss" is now available for streaming on Spotify, offering listeners a captivating blend of introspective lyrics and infectious beats that resonate long after the final note fades.

For more updates on Rique and his upcoming releases, follow him on Instagram @riqueforlife.

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