Boaz - Well Connected

Posted 7 years ago
Tags: Boaz
Producer:
E Dan [of ID LABS]
Album:
The Audiobiography

If there’s one city DJBooth can be seen as helping break out onto the national stage, Pittsburgh is it. Though major-label signee Wiz Khalifa is Pitt’s most visible rapper, local artists such as S. Money and The Finest are also working tirelessly (and sending us plenty of features) to make sure the Steel City gets its proper place on the hip-hop map.  Previously seen on Gettin’ Mine, Crazy World, and Steel City, fellow Pittsburghian Boaz realizes that the music business is, at its core, just that: a business.  Fortunately, the emcee’s Well Connected, and can rest easy in the knowledge that all his bases are covered.  Produced by E Dan [for ID LABS], Well Connected is the perfect record to soundtrack money-savvy listeners’ morning commutes.  Will Boaz’ connections and business sense add up to musical success?  Find out April 14, when his debut album, The Audiobiography (not to be confused with Novel‘s upcoming debut of the same name) hits record stores and online retailers

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