Nashville, Tenn. native Mike Floss is a new rapper who's starting to make a name for himself. He recently released his debut album, Tennessee Daydreams, last week and one of the standouts off the LP is the song "Serving All Night."

The melodic banger finds Floss spitting about all the hard work he did to get to where he is currently. He's his own boss now. "Blood and sweat to hold the money down/Reload and go another round/Got a problem we can swap it out/Oooh won’t give up easy/I grew up in forces to Jeezy/Oooh and paying the preacher/And winters with kerosene heaters/24, 24, 24 hours fiending/Wanted man, want me for all of my power, scheming," he raps, over production by Mike Ewing and Mike Floss himself.

The independent artist had a heavy musically influenced background. His father was a jazz musician and after picking up a few instruments himself, Mike Floss began his journey as a rapper.

Listen to the Tennessee State University alum's new song below.

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