Once upon a time, Pugs Atomz was “just another kid from the ghetto;” now he’s rap star in the making, performing in front of adoring fans at venues worldwide. On his latest mixtape single, a Booth-exclusive world premiere, the Chi-town phenom reflects on just how far he’s come, flowing over the gritty yet triumphant production of New Zealand drummer/producer Julian Dyne (who the artist met while touring in Greece). Euro P, No More Pages in the Passport has yet to receive a solid drop date, but fans can, of course, stay tuned for all the latest.
Written by richard on 06/21/12
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"They Ain't" (2009)
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