The New 1017’s own Enchanting and quickly-rising rapper Kali have teamed up again for the brand new “Track & Field,” streaming now via DSPs and streaming services HERE alongside a sporty new music video, streaming now via YouTube HERE. Enchanting’s signature raspy vocals fuel the laidback track that marks the second collaboration between the two up and coming stars. “Track and Field (Feat. Kali)” follows their collaboration on “Do A Bitch (Enchanting Remix)”.



“Track & Field (Feat. Kali)” comes after Enchanting’s release of “Freaky Deaky (Feat. Coi Leray)”. Both come on the heels of Enchanting’s release of “Want Sum,” a hard-hitting track that’s surpassed 1M streams to date. A music video for “Want Sum” is also streaming now via YouTube HERE. Enchanting’s stage name speaks for itself. Pressing play on an Enchanting verse, you’re instantly mesmerized by the ethereal textures the 22-year-old songstress brings to the mic. Coming out of Fort Worth, Texas, Enchanting began to pursue music around the age of 18.

Recently, Enchanting appeared alongside labelmates on Gucci Mane’s compilation tape, Gucci Mane Presents: So Icy Summer. The New 1017-signee’s natural rasp propelled “Left On Read,” an independent girl anthem. Enchanting credits Dallas’ superproducer, J. White Did It for making the connection between herself and Atlanta rap icon Gucci Mane. “I guess he told Gucci about me,” Enchanting explains with excitement and gratitude. “Gucci called me the next day.” Her legacy is one of showing other aspiring artists from her city they can do it, too- more than a natural artist, she’s a natural-born motivator with a sterling personality.