After lighting up the internet and the culture, rising Detroit rapper Luhh Dyl officially announces his signing to 300 Entertainment! Today, he releases his next single “Go Missin” which was previously titled “Carlee Russell.” Listen HERE.

On the track, Luhh Dyl ignites a lyrical flurry over hypnotic 808s accented by boisterous horns. He turns up with charisma, confidence, and no shortage of energy as he delivers a hard-hitting refrain topped off with the chant, “I go missing.” 

The song was originally teased under the title 'Carlee Russell' via social media and gained traction sparking interest from fans and garnering hundreds of thousands of views and likes on TikTok. Demand increased for the song, originally only released on YouTube, prompting Dyl to finally release the song as "Go Missin" across all platforms.

Most importantly, “Go Missin” sets the stage for the arrival of his much-anticipated mixtape, Cart Music, coming very soon. He also preceded the latter with his breakout “Lalala,” piling up nearly 1 million streams and counting.

Luhh Dyl has continued to make waves throughout the game. He recently pulled up to “On The Radar” for a particularly fiery freestyle. Watch it HERE.  

Proudly representing the next vanguard of Detroit hip-hop, Luhh Dyl has asserted himself as one of the Midwest’s most vital voices. He grew up fast as the son of a single mother in Motor City. During high school, he went from spitting freestyles with his brothers to venturing into the studio for the first time where he leaned on music in the wake of his cousin’s death. Drawing on a myriad of styles and citing Michael Jackson as a core influence, the 20-year-old developed a chameleonic vision without comparison. He engaged a growing fanbase with independent projects like The Ticket and Rich By 2morrow as well as anthems such as “Lalala.” Attracting a fervent fan base online, he caught the attention of 300 Entertainment and inked a deal with the label. Now, he steps into the spotlight with “Go Missin” and more to come. He’s definitely up next…