“Boston Strong” isn’t just a saying its a lifestyle, Avenue, walks us through his journey painting a portrait through vivid description and imagery. The South End native has only been expanding his lyricism and wordplay separating himself apart from his constituants. Avenue is one of the few who seem to be rising from the ashes like a phenix, putting the myth that Boston has met its dying breed of artist.
With the recent release of his album Mass Ave & Lenox, Ave’s pen game shows to be quite deadly presenting us “Bars” at its finest. Giving us a preview of the potential that this album, Ave dropped the music video for “Ain’t S*** Funny.” The album features Royce 5’9, Smoke DZA, Ariez Onasis, Deon Chase & Prano. From the bars to the beats you have to give homage to production which was handle by Cooking to Kill (Frank The Butcher & The Arcitype), Dj7L (Czarface), Joe Cutz, Latrell James & Tedd Boyd, D. Sanders, OG Wally West & Sauve Beats.
Putting sweat and tears into each bar is apart of the building blocks of ascension, until you find yourself you’ll never know what you were meant for. Luckily for Avenue he found himself embodying the soul and aura of Boston. Through precise lyricism and punchlines on his record “Mass Ave & Lenox” proves to show that everything isn’t what it seems in this cold world. One must fend for themselves if they every choose to make it out from where they originated from.
You can purchase Mass Ave & Lenox on iTunes & view the video for Ain’t S*** Funny Above.
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