It literally feels like Atlanta against the world at this point. The city’s premiere artists tend to collab, making their own movements larger in the process. The latest example arrives on Migos’ “Falisha,” featuring Rich Homie Quan.
Mike WiLL Made-It’s Ear Drummers Records houses two groups. One is a dynamic duo who prefer bad women, while the other, a troop of rappers called Two-9, return today with “Full House.”
Boaz isn’t setting out to replace Sheek Louch anytime soon. However, the Pittsburgh poet did take a trip up north to Yonkers to connect with Jadakiss and Styles P.
In case you haven’t been keep up with your authetic rap beat, Boaz has been pounding the pavement with a vengeance in preparation for his debut album on Rostrum Records.
Boaz was quite timely with the release of Real Name, No Gimmicks Vol. 2, which is his second EP in recent weeks. Representing Rostrum Records, the Pittsburgh MC’s newest release dons five new tracks into a concise listening experience for your listening pleasure.
Boaz continues one of the more impressive runs in Hip-Hop this year with his spot-on lyricism and wordplay, and has returned with a visual for “Like This” to prove it.
Boaz, a name of biblical relevance, is shared by one of Rostrum Records’ most promising MCs. And he’s returned with his Real Name, No Gimmicks Vol. 1 EP for fans’ listening pleasure.
Rostrum Records artist Boaz is one of the more lyrically promising MCs around. Using his penchant for street rap, the Pittsburgh native returns with “Fly Sh*t,” a track featuring Punch of TDE.
Even though Wiz Khalifa and Mac Miller brought Pittsburgh back on the Rap map, the city is looking to soar with its’ newest champion Boaz. He stopped by The Breakfast Club to discuss his come up and more.
An old school legend meets a potential candidate of the promising title as Scarface hops on street savvy track with Boaz. The Pittsburgh MC has been trailblazing the Internets with his a string of acclaimed Wired Tracks and this newest record is absolutely no exception.
No one can blame you if you wait until every Friday to catch up on your music videos. There is tons of clutter that hits the viral circuit on the hourly but rest assured The Wrap Up: Hip-Hop Wired’s Top 10 Videos Of The Week will hold you down.
Boaz is making some of the best music right now. And he’s officially three for three after following up “Rapness Monster” and “Like That” with a visual for “Do It All Over.”