Chicago native hip hop artist, Apollo Clone announces the debut of his new single “Silent Flex”. Available on all digital retail locations, the video was exclusively released on Apollo Clone’s Vevo channel on February 15th. The single will be the first release of the “Pills Kill Genius” album, which is set for release Fall 2019.
Alex Parelius, known as Apollo Clone (born 1992,) is an American songwriter, producer, director and recording artist. This Chicago native dropped out of Montana State University just before his third year to move to Los Angeles in pursuit of a career in film and music. A self-taught producer and engineer, Apollo Clone curated his sound by obtaining all the equipment needed and diligently working without outside influences. In 2016, Apollo wrote and directed a music video for one of his own tracks titled ‘Hey Oh No’ and submitted it to the Indie Gathering International Film Festival in Cleveland, OH. The video won first place in the ‘Best Rap Video’ category. Apollo was invited to join the Infinite Groove 90.9fm WDCB Chicago weekly interview, where he set the stations record for longest freestyle.
In 2018, Apollo Clone’s music video ‘Hero’ was featured in Elevator Magazine. Apollo Clone (Alex Parelius) has an IMDB movie credit as a younger version of the main character (played by Chicago native Michael Madsen) in the feature film American Badass. Apollo Clone will release his introductory single, “Silent Flex”, first quarter 2019. The debut album “Pills Kill Genius” is set to release late 2019.
This February Apollo Clone hosted a private listening session and Silent Flex video premiere in Atlanta where guests had positive feedback on the quality of the video production. Stay connected with Apollo Clone on social media at: @ApolloClone.