Photo: Ian Hirst-Hermans
  /  08.09.2016

Fresh off the visual debut for “An Explanation,” former Ground Up member Azar premieres his new Mic Stew-featured single titled “Move.” The song serves as the second track released under his new stage name, Alexander Charles. In addition to the premiere, Charles has also decided to release an additional single “Mad At Me,” to further commemorate his new musical journey.

The Philadelphian’s solo flight follows the recent announcement of Ground Up’s amicable departure back June 3rd. Although one door has closed for the collective—consisting of Alexander Charles, aka Azar, Molotov and Bij Lincs—another has opened for them, especially for Charles.

Check out the exclusive premiere of “Move” below.


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