Greatest Hits, Vol. 3 – [Pouya] x [Bobbie Lootaveli]

Just a few minutes ago the mega talented Pouya unleashed a brand new mixtape titled “Greatest Hits Vol. 3” along with some help from Bobbie Lootaveli, and it’s nothing you want to sleep on. It’s a rather quick listen coming in at seven records in length, but I must admit that after running through the songs a couple of times I was fascinated with the final product. I appreciated every single of of these songs provided by a couple of my favorite include the intro cut “PE$OS” and the smooth remix to “Rey Mysterio” because of the catchy hooks & bouncy production. Stream this brand new mixtape below and if you like what you hear be sure to share this project with a friend!

Florida Thang – [Pouya]

Following a pair of songs released after his latest album, Five Five, Pouya returns to our pages today with yet another brand new single, this time titled “Florida Thang”. Produced by MTM, the piece takes on a quick pace, but it never gets too out of control or loses sight of the goal at hand. Pouya masterfully weaves his rhymes into the soulful production with ease, and one line after another, it’s refreshing to hear the Florida native ride the beat with so much genuine emotion in his cadences. That said, “Florida Thang” is an incredible single, and while it works wonderfully as a standalone, it’s important to mention that it’s unclear whether or not this will appear on a new project in the near future. Either way, blast this one below and show some love to Florida’s own!

Watch Denzel Curry’s brand new interview with Nardwuar

Denzel Curry is certainly no stranger here our on website, and this morning he is back with his brand new interview with the legend Nardwuar! You will find Denzel getting asked about plenty of interesting topics such as his old day care, Freestyle Fellowship, raider klan, people he knew from his early life in Florida, DJ Uncle Al, Uncle Luke, how he met SpaceGhostPurrp, Tommy Wright III, directing a Pouya video and so much more. Check out this brand new interview below!

Daddy Issues – [Pouya]

Pouya’s unforgettable FIVE FIVE tape was a huge release for the South Florida emcee and today, he has given second-wind to the standout record Daddy Issues with an incredibly-animated video to compliment the track. With help from the current go-to animator in hip-hop known as Tristan Zammit, the cartoon depiction see’s Pouya approaching a girl on the dancefloor before things get really weird. With his compadre Fat Nick looking on, Pouya’s girl then transforms into a Pokemon-looking beast before Pouya ultimately does the same and goes toe-to-toe with the creature. This all might sound pretty out there, but was there really a better way to bring the Mikey The Magician-produced record to life cartoon versions of Pouya, Fat Nick, and battling Pokemon-looking things? I’ll let you be the judge but for now, check out the visual for Daddy Issues and leave us your feedback in the comments below! Animations: Tristan Zammit (@tristious)

Generation Numb – [Fat Nick]

Fat Nick has been in-and-out of our pages leading up to his anticipated project Generation Numb and now, the moment we’ve all been waiting for is finally here. Laced with 11 tracks, the Florida rapper recruited the likes of Ohgeesy, Bexey & blackbear who featured on Ice Out with production coming from a handful of names including Mikey The Magician and Flexatelli to name a couple. Being one of the longtime underground threats out of the Sunshine State, it’s been known that Fat Nick is a force to be reckoned with since his come-up and with the likes of Pouya, $uicideBoy$ and a whole lick of Florida’s next big artists flourishing alongside him, it’s really no better time to be a fan of the movement. Having said that, waste no time getting into Generation Numb and let us know which track you’re rocking with most in the comments below!

Stick Out – [Pouya] Ft. [Ghostemane]

Two of Florida’s most prominent underground names have just combined forces for their latest collab, and if it wasn’t already obvious those name’s are Pouya & Ghostemane. Coming together to give us the remorseless slap in Stick Out, producer Mikey The Magician provided the sauce for the duo who came through with their lethal wordplay & bars on girls, bust-downs and not hesitating to pull the stick out. Pouya continues to ride the success of his recent FIVE FIVE album and while we haven’t heard as much from Ghostmane this year, it is only more reason to drop everything and get to listening to this one immediately. That being said, let it loose at the link below now and leave a comment whether or not you’re feeling the new heat from Pouya & Ghostemane.

Catch Pouya Live on the Five Five Tour

Booming off of the success of his critically-acclaimed new album, FIVE FIVE, Pouya is getting ready to hit the road soon on a much-needed nationwide tour. In the past, he has developed quite the reputation as a spectacular performer, winning over the underground and along the way, garnering one of the most loyal fanbases in music that I personally know of. That being said, based on his strengths as a live performer as well as the incredible collection of hits that made up his last album, I wholeheartedly believe that this is not the tour to miss for any rap fans out there who know about this rising star. Catch Pouya and his soon-to-be-announced supporting acts in your city by copping tickets here and if you haven’t already, listen to FIVE FIVE  below!

Check out Pouya’s ‘Open Space’ interview with Mass Appeal

Just over a week has passed since South Florida emcee Pouya unleashed his 11-track solo-effort Five Five onto us, and after letting the world listen he is back in the spotlight on Mass Appeal’s ‘Open Space’ series. Starting out with a show of support for fellow SoundCloud talents Suicide Boys & Lil Xan, the 23-year-old went into more specifics on his early come-up with Fat Nick, explaining the meaning behind 5’5, his opinion on shorter artists in the scene and even how short Britney Spears is in person. The Miami Beach native has kept his nose to the grindstone since his emergence back in 2011 and with how booming the Florida scene has been in the last couple years, I still believe that Pouya is one of the most slept-on lyricists in the entire hip-hop community. That being said, peep his latest interview on ‘Open Space’ below and stream his Five Five album if you haven’t already done so. Via: Mass Appeal 

FIVE FIVE – [Pouya]

In an 11-track reflection on life as he knows it as well as the emotions that surround him day in and day out, Florida artist Pouya is finally here with the release of his highly-anticipated album, FIVE FIVE. With just one feature from Night Lovell, we receive one of the most personal listens from the rising star that we have heard yet, taking his status as an underground leader and verifying it with an emphatic touch. To crunch the project down to a short description, FIVE FIVE discovers a lesser-apparent side of Pouya, taking fans right to the front lines through a ride of anxiety and depression in their worst moments as well as in their finest moments. In this light, the album is inarguably one of the honest bodies of work I’ve heard as of yet this year, highlighted by the way Pouya is able to communicate emotion with a pen that many other artists quite simply don’t possess. Lyrically and sonically, he’s channeled into an inimitable sweet spot right now, which is very apparent in the cohesiveness of this project as well as its ability to stand so strong as a whole – something that comes as sort …

Pink Tree – [Young Lungs]

The Waterloo, Canada native Young Lungs makes his Lyrical Lemonade debut today as he drops off a chilling new visual for, “Pink Tree.” The 19-year-old rapper gives us a laid back flow with some autotune induced vocals on this one. The young rapper already has collabs with Pouya, NetNobody, and more under his belt. With a fresh sound it’s clear that Young Lungs is someone to keep an eye out on. Press play on the smooth single and crisp new visual before, and let us know what you think in the comments!