Published on November 21st, 2019 | by Guest Editor0
Pouya Reveals Avant-Garde Video for New Collab with Singer-Songwriter Rocci “life?…lol”
Internet-born, street-raised lyricist Pouya delivers another offering off his critically-acclaimed album ‘The South Got Something To Say’ – a vanguard visual for new single entitled “life?…lol” – released via Pouya’s self-started label The Buffet Boys.
The South Florida bred underground rapper has established himself as an artist to live by his own rules through his work. The 10-minute long visual continues this unique characteristic. The video depicts a scene of heartbreak, loneliness and portrayal through the paralyzation Pouya endures both mentally and physically.
October 25 kicked off Pouya joining Ski Mask The Slump God’s The Stokeley Tour alongside rappers Pop Smoke, DJ Scheme and Danny Towers. The tour began in Atlanta, GA and wraps up December 11 in Pouya’s hometown, Miami Beach, FL.
Pouya is single-handedly bringing the raw sounds of the underground to the masses. The bubbling Miami rapper, née Kevin Pouya, entirely embodies the modern underground rap star: born of the internet, bred on the streets, bored of the mainstream hip-hop world and blessed with those magical bars and flows. To this day, Pouya and his Buffet Boys record label remain fully independent and fully in control: He’s never released on a major record label or even an indie outside of his own.
The rap world officially met Pouya in 2016 via his self-released debut full-length album, ‘Underground Underdog.’ Produced by renowned electronic producer/DJ Getter, ‘Underground Underdog’ introduces Pouya’s raw and rugged vocal flow, precise rap deliveries and hard lyrical prowess. The album was a commercial success upon release, peaking at the #2 spot on iTunes’ Hip-Hop/Rap albums chart and reaching the Top 10 on iTunes’ overall albums chart. The album also gained widespread critical acclaim: In November 2016, Pouya performed album track “Energy” alongside producer Getter on late-night TV show Last Call with Carson Daly.
“life…lol” Cover Art