• 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.
  • Boaz has a new mixtape series lined up for the tail end of summer. The first edition of Real Name, No Gimmicks is due out next week, and the rapper has released a new record from the project today.
  • It's been a slow day for today's songs list, but luckily Devin Miles comes through with some new ish today and it goes, featuring fellow Pittsburgh native and Rostrum Records' next up Boaz.
  • New music arrives today from Rostrum Records signee Boaz, who brings along a vet in the game, Scarface for "Hard To Forget." The Pittsburgh native has been on a roll recently, dropping off heat produced by Mac Miller ("Rapness Monster"), as well as ID Labs ("Do It All Over"), as he makes a name for himself as one to wa
  • Boaz impressed us last week with his Larry Fisherman-produced "Rapness Monster," and he keeps things up with another new cut this week, "Do It All Over" once again with top-notch production from Pittsburgh staple ID Labs.
  • It's all love between former Rostrum Records signees and present day signees. Although Mac Miller parted ways with the independent label, he's provided some dope production for Rostrum's new signee, Boaz, on "Rapness Monster." Larry Fisherman has definitely been honing his craft these days, and it shows. 
  • Boaz hit us with a new track a few months back, dropping "How We Law" with Junior Reid. His new album for Rostrum Records may finally be on its way, with The Pittsburgh rapper dropping a brand new track today, once again teaming up with frequent collaborator, !llmind. 
  • It’s been a minute or two since we last heard new content from Boaz. After dropping off the Sean Price and Illa Ghee-featured video “Psycho Killa” a few months ago, Pittsburgh’s own Boaz has decided to release the first offering of 2014 with “How We Law”, featuring Junior Reid.
  • Bump Psycho Killa (Prod. By !llmind), the latest cut from Boaz which features Sean Price & Illa Ghee on the assist. It dropped on Monday, July 1st, 2013. Boaz's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Psycho Killa (Prod. By !llmind) is no exception.
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