Musician Apollo Ace is looking to change the landscape of hometown Nassau County, New York, as hip-hop’s next big superstar. Creating a new ‘aesthetic’ music scene in one of the biggest cities in the world, bringing a unique refreshing flavor change to an otherwise dull genre and music scene.

Apollo Ace Released his first EP project, “Don’t Text and Drive” on January 21st, 2022. The EP features 5 songs (‘Don’t Text and Drive’, ‘Right Whim’, Don’t Text and Drive (Edm/Trap), Do More Talk Less, and Don’t Text and Drive (Rock)). The EP touches on the dangers of distracted driving; It literally talks about how you shouldn’t text and drive but it trickles into other driving while distracted issues and should be considered a parent/ umbrella project of not driving while distracted/drunk. The songs are masterfully put together, each having a unique meaning related to the overall theme of not driving distracted. Apollo Ace stands to be around a while if he can continue to put out meaningful work at such a high quality. The potential of this artist is truly limitless. 

Apollo Ace has quickly established himself as a solid force in the digital era of hip-hop. Seemingly taking the sub genres like aesthetic rap and vaportrap by storm. With only one year in the game, the rapper has already reached many small milestones indicating massive potential for success in this industry; Some milestones like breaking 15,000 streams on single (“Pedal 2 the Floor”) having over 25,000 streams on Don’t Text and Drive EP within the first month of release, each song having close to 5,000 streams; Also breaking 150,000 on TikTok post, and much more! Apollo Ace seems to be way ahead of many of his peers in the aesthetic rap / aesthetic music scenes. Apollo Ace brings a unique sound , image, and feel that leaves the listener wanting and wondering more about the artist. Apollo Ace may have started less than a year ago but he seems to be a sleeping giant; excited to see how the future progresses for this talented young aesthetic artist from New York. 

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