Boaz Gives It To ‘Em Straight, Not Late On Intuition (Video)

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On October 28, Boaz is dropping Intuition, his latest album. The Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania MC is owning his moment, with introspective, thoughtful street-savvy songs.

The title track finds Boaz recalling his youth, a homogenous mixture of falling in love with the Hip-Hop he saw through older relatives, and the fruits of the hustle in the Larimer streets. This song, over a slow-moving but captivating beat holds tight to that. Bo’ explains learning game from his uncle, and his childhood in the hustle and bustle of a city that had (and has) an underbelly—with the complementing visuals to drive the point home.

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