Thurz (formerly Thurzday of U-N-I) just dropped "Keep Livin" featuring Jarell Perry, presumably off his upcoming album Blood On The Canvas. Phonix and DJ Khalil handle the production on this one, as the Inglewood emcee does his thing. In an interview with PrefixMag, Thurz shared some of the guests you can expect to hear on the upcoming album: GLC, Like (of Pac Div), Black Milk, eLZhi, Ty Dolla $ign, and Miguel. Stream and purchase "Keep Livin" below.
Inglewood's Thurz (formerly of U-N-I) just dropped the eye-catching visuals for "Colors", off his L.A. Riot album. If you've read my previous posts on Thurz, you'll know that I'm a big fan of his. Next up, Thurz is preparing to drop a mixtape in the near future, titled 517 W Queen Tape. Be on the lookout for that, and check out the visuals to "Colors" below.
Thurzday just dropped the visuals to "Hell's Angel", off his fantastic L.A. Riot album. Featuring silky-smooth production by Aaron Harris and the vocals to match from BJ The Chicago Kid, "Hell's Angel" was my personal favourite track off L.A. Riot, so I'm definitely excited to see it get visual treatment. This comes as the second video off L.A. Riot, after "F*** The Police" (also worth listening to). Check out the visuals to "Hell's Angel" below, and then give the rest of the album a listen.
Thurzday just dropped the visuals for "F*** The Police", off his solid 2011 album L.A. Riot. You might remember Thurz as one half of the former Inglewood hip-hop group U-N-I, with Y-O. On L.A. Riot, Thurz showcases a more serious side than his lighter content as part of U-N-I, and absolutely kills it. I definitely recommend checking out this album, especially "Rodney King" and "Hell's Angel", the latter of which features BJ The Chicago Kid. Check out the visuals for "F*** The Police" and stream "Rodney King" and "Hell's Angel" below.