Featured last year, video single Dreamin saw Boaz taking a momentary mental vacation from the hustle to indulge in some rosy fantasies of the monster stacks and luxury goods that he’ll receive as a reward for all his hard work. Today, on the final release off his forthcoming digital album, we find the Pittsburgh rhymesayer once again neck-deep in the grind, Gettin’ After That Money in order to transform his reveries into reality. In addition to the Boaz’ own eminently-fly, kush-fueled chronicles of the paper chase, this record features bars by a Rostrum Records labelmate; Wiz Khalifa jumps on Mr. Hot Trak‘s thumping street instrumental to puff tree and bask in the fruits of his labors in a boastful closing verse. Boaz’ latest album, Bases Loaded, is out now.
Update: Click “Watch Video” above or scroll down (for mobile) to view Boaz’ Matt Meehan-directed Gettin’ After That Money visual.
Written by richard on 10/9/13
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