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Rap Duo STL GLD Previews New Album With The Video For “PNYBOY The Hustler”

June 24, 2014 Leave a comment

Rapper Moe Pope has received the Boston Music Awards honor as Best Rap Artist for two years running, and he has collaborated with producer The Arcitype for a collaborative project they call STL GLD. Their album My Monday Morning Music (MMMM) comes out via AR Classic/Brick Records on August 12th, and they have just released the brand new video for the album track “PNYBOY The Hustler.”

Video | “PNYBOY The Hustler”

The video for “PNYBOY The Hustler” has a decidedly artistic perspective. Moe Pope explains “”I gave this song to a classically trained modern dancer , with no explanation or rules attached and This was the final result of that  moment, this is why I love art.”

My Monday Morning Music features 17 tracks and boasts collaborations with a slew of up-and-coming artists in a wide variety of genres, including MC Dutch Rebelle and Dua Boakye, lead singer of rock/funk giants Bad Rabbits. An iTunes preorder for the album goes live on 7/15.

My Monday Morning Music Track Listing:

1. Sunrise (feat. Tea Leigh)
2. Shine (feat. John Robinson, SPNDA & June Lyfe)
3. Zombies (feat. Ruste Juxx & Reks)
4. Bastard (feat. Jake Mehrmann & Chris Klaxton of Tan Vampires)
5. Dreams (feat. Anonymous)
6. War (feat. Dua of Bad Rabbits)
7. Sid Vicious
8. Rock Me Part III (feat. Fran-P & Anonymous)
9. Conquest (feat. Dua of Bad Rabbits)
10. Again
11. Everyday (feat. Chris Klaxton)
12. PNYBOY The Hustler
13. Cocaine
14. Ovrdose
15. They Want Murder (feat. Dutch Rebelle & Ash White)
16. Farewell (feat. Jake Mehrmann of Tan Vampires)
17. GLD

About Moe PopeMoe Pope is an indie hip-hop artist, songwriter and contemporary painter. As a lyricist, Pope chronicles the stories of his life and his community by touching upon subjects like fatherhood, relationships, and the human condition.

Pope released his first record One in 2001 as a member of San Francisco Bay-area group Mission (now Crown City Rockers), and has released several albums since. 2010’s critically acclaimed Life After God earned a spot on iTunes Rewind’s Top 10 Albums of 2010 and was voted Boston Herald’s Top Local Hip Hop Album of 2010. In addition to assorted local features, he landed a cover and feature story in Stuff Magazine.     

About The Arcitype The Arcitype first established himself in the hip-hop scene while studying at Boston’s Emerson College. In the last decade, he has worked with a variety of artists including Action Bronson, Chiddy Bang, Kool G. Rap, Planet Asia, Scarface, Vinny Paz and more.
 
The Arcitype currently owns his own label, AR Classic Records, as well as his own studio, The Bridge Sound & Stage with business partner (and former Emerson professor) Owen Curtin, and has since built the studio’s reputation into one of the premier studios and the Hip Hop epicenter of Boston. He has been signed to the legendary label Duck Down Music, and has proven himself to be one of Hip Hop’s strongest up and coming producers.

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