Boaz ft. Scarface - Hard to Forget It

Posted 2 years ago
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Jayze

If you listen to as much new music as I do on the daily, you know there are lot of songs that simply go in one ear and out the other. Once you’ve given Boaz‘s latest jam a spin, on the other hand, you’ll be Hard-pressed to Forget It. Coming on the heels of last month’s Rapness Monster, this cut finds the Pittsburgh phenom and H-Town legend Scarface coming together to reminisce about their strife-ridden upbringings and their formative experiences in the streets. Their hard-nosed, yet poignant bars come backed by the delicate keyboard riffs, choral synths and bass-booming percussion of Jayze. Hard to Forget It will be part of a mixtape series that Boaz plans to roll out in the coming weeks. Additionally, watch our pages for all the latest on the artist’s late summer/early fall-bound Rostrum Records debut.

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