Philly Street Hustler Warchyld Unveils "The Streets Is Back" With DJ Kay Slay
December 20, 2012
Year after year, Philadelphia born rap goon Warchyld has been faithfully holding down the streets of Pennsylvania and the whole East Coast with back-to-back block-burning singles. Currently grinding harder than ever to promote his highly anticipated mixtape, "The Streets Is Back", Warchyld is gracing more magazine covers than your favourite rapper's favourite rapper.
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Hosted by the Drama King aka DJ Kay Slay and spearheaded by the hit singles, "The Honey Moon (ft. Slim of 112)" and "Straight Stuntin (ft. Jacki-O)", which are in heavy rotation on radio nationwide, showcases that "The Streets Is Back" will be one of the hottest mixtapes released this year according to The Source, including official features with Styles P of D-Block, Slim of 112, Capone of CNN, Billy Danze of M.O.P., Jacki-O, Mistah F.A.B., and Rosco P. Coldchain.
With noteworthy features in major publications such as Hip Hop Weekly, Billboard Magazine, TRUE Magazine, HYPE Magazine, Mr. Dreamz Magazine, Coast 2 Coast Magazine, Yo! Raps and song placements on popular MTV shows ("Caged", "The World According To Paris Hilton") and famous Oxygen TV shows such as "America's Next Top Model", Warchyld is without a doubt a future superstar in the making already crossing the border to major commercial success.
Known for his gritty delivery and painful lyrics, combined with hard-hitting beats by extraordinaire producers, the streets disciple will blow your speakers with "The Streets Is Back".
Warchyld is an exceptional artist for all of the right reasons. His musical ear and soulful upbringing gave him a sound unlike no one out today, while his trials and tribulations have given him an insight and grit that compares to none.
Through his music, Warchyld learned how to speak about the streets without glorifying them, how to show people his feelings without giving in to them and how to move people's hearts while stimulating their minds. The universal appeal of his music is broadened by his emphasis on positiveness without preaching, and if an anthem is needed he has it ready.
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