Boldy James is the definition of a hustler.
Not only does the casual Detroit spitter deliver elaborate street speak throughout his new heat rock “Crunchin,” he does so on every one of his songs. Non-stop. Plus, in only a few short years, the Drug Zone representative’s catalog has become quite massive. Luckily, all that work paid off, as James will be releasing a full-length debut from Nas’ Mass Appeal label soon.
In the meantime, Boldy will be dropping Trappers Alley 2 in September and this Trinity-produced street sweeper is the first single, which can also be purchased on iTunes. The grind never stops.