Boaz began his big run this year with the Mac Miller-produced gem "Rapness Monster," and now they've linked up again for a track that will appear on Boaz's upcoming LP Intuition. Unlike the previous collab, "Don't Know" Larry Fisherman morphs into Mac Miller for a guest verse.
Boaz has been busy with the leaks lately, making sure that we're all were his debut album on Rostrum Records, Intuition, arrives on October 21st. The other week he hit us with a West Coast remix of "Like This" featuring Murs, Fashawn and Crooked I.
Boaz has been doing a lot lately. The Rostrum Records signee recently delivered two instalments in his Real Name, No Gimmicks mixtape series, (Volume 1 and Volume 2), and at the same time, he's been working on his debut album Intuition.
On October 21, Boaz will release Intuition, his debut album on Rostrum Records. Today, he's shared the first track we've heard from it, "Rootin' 4 The Villain," which features a pair of heavy-hitting verses from Jadakiss and Styles P.
It seems like Boaz just dropped the first Real Name, No Gimmicks mixtape yesterday (in actuality he dropped it on August 6th), but he's already got the second volume lined up and ready to go. Not to mention the fact that he's still planning his debut album for a fall release. Dude has been busy.
Today Boaz dropped his Real Name, No Gimmicks Vol. 1 EP, his first official release as a Rostrum Records artist. In addition to nabbing guest verses from Scarface and TDE president Punch, he rounded up the trio of Crooked I, Sean Price and Chevy Woods for the EP-closing remix of his track "Like This."
We're two days away from the release of Boaz's new Real Name, No Gimmicks (Vol. 1) project. In prep for the release, the Pittsburgh emcee has decided to let loose yet another track from the tape. Titled "Welcome 2 Steel City," the song is a menacing ode to his hometown's struggles with violence and poverty.