Newcomer Boy Face — aka “the young Scarface” — finally unleashes his long-awaited album All Thighs On Me. A play off of Tupac‘s All Eyez On Me, Boy Face speaks to women who are looking for their “thug superhero.” It’s a clever play on the legendary rapper’s work.
For Boy Face, mixing his own style with the flair of old school Hip Hop is extremely important, making for what he considers to be revolutionary music. His standout singles “Busy” (featuring Kevin Lyttle) and “Winner” (featuring MassPike Miles) do just that…this has also allowed Face to work with Snoop Dogg‘s Dogg Pound artist Mac Lucci and support Mac Miller when he embarked on his last national tour.
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