Straight out of New York, NY comes Boy Face. He made his big break in 2011. He’s been said to have “pretty boy swag like Soulja Boy” and that he’s “a gangster like Snoop Dogg.” Boy Face grew up in Newark, NJ and New York City. This hip hop artist oozes the true meaning of the term hip hop through his music. The new album released by Boy Face is titled The Walking Dead: King of the Zombies for those who love the undead and some great hip hop.
If you take a listen to Boy Face’s ReverbNation page, there’s a plethora of tracks to check out. “Christ Poem” is a track that is true to the soul and speaks to just about every hip hop fan. This track introduces the meaning behind Boy Face and who he really is. “Don’t Snitch” is a rapper’s anthem. After being called a “hype track,” Boy Face proves that he can act like the bad ass represented in the song.
Don’t be fooled by the title of “Jerseylicious,” because this track isn’t house music. The track is surprisingly very chill. “Best Friends” is a song that opens with auto-tune vocal effects and then becomes a dance anthem. Who would have thought that this track would make its way through the album? The variety in this song compared to the many others by Boy Face is astounding and will give listeners a very positive and thrilling experience.
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Many other tracks by Boy Face, including “Mirror,” “Transform That Girl,” and “College Girl” are well-loved by many fans throughout the world wide web. Boy Face proves to be a very unique hip hop artist who isn’t afraid to try something new. Boy Face changes the face and game of hip hop by being true to himself, writing relatable and catchy lyrics, and going against the odds of typical rap, in the year 2013. In the end, his whole product just works. The beats, the production, the blend, the writing, the stories and concepts. This is where the whole is definitely greater than the sum of its parts.
Listen to Boy Face when you’re out with a group of friends, when you’re trying to cheer yourself up, or simply when you’re in the mood to listen to an emerging artist that has a lot to say. This guy has a very bright future ahead of him; he’s got something different and more important to offer.
Hearing the 14-track The Face – The Walking Dead album (only .99 cents), and the “Chopper City Crucifixion” album for the first time, was amazing because I didn’t know what to expect from Boy Face, and he totally blew me away.
Boy Face may not be on MTV just yet, but he’ll be there in no time at the rate he’s traveling. In the meanwhile he has also launched Frogg Films LLC, his new film production company.
There’s no denying that Boy Face is one of the most unique new hiphop artists you’ll hear from within the next few years.
The Face – The Walking Dead album (only .99 cents)