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Monday, October 05, 2020

Papoose - "Boxcutter" [Hip-Hop]


"Boxcutter" music video by Papoose
Added: 05-10-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Papoose - “Boxcutter” (Official Music Video)

New video from Papoose "Boxcutter" off of his upcoming project "Endangered Species" available everywhere on October 9th!

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Over a decade would pass between the time of Brooklyn rapper Papoose making his first widely visible appearance on a Kool G Rap track and the release of his first proper studio album. It wasn't for a lack of drive, however, but due to hassles and false starts with various labels. Frustrated with the constant roadblocks labels seemed to impose, Papoose chose to build his music independently by prolifically releasing and distributing high-quality mixtapes. This struggle ultimately paid off with a devoted fan base enamored with his street-savvy persona and hard-edged East Coast rap styles. His long-completed debut album, The Nacirema Dream, finally saw proper release in 2013, and made a showing in the charts.

The Nacirema Dream was finally released in March 2013, nearly seven years after it was in its final stages of completion, on Fontana Records offshoot Honorable Records. The album was well received by fans and critics alike and boasted guest appearances by Mobb Deep, Erykah Badu, DJ Premiere, Jadakiss, and other stars of rap and R&B. It sold well and debuted at number 97 on the Billboard 200 chart. Papoose quickly followed the long-awaited studio debut with yet another mixtape, Hoodie Season, released in November 2013, and would issue mixtapes Hoodie Season 2 and Cigar Society before returning in 2015 with his second studio album You Can't Stop Destiny. During this time, Papoose and his wife, infamous rapper Remy Ma, were part of VH1 reality show Love & Hip Hop: New York. They stayed on for several seasons as Papoose readied his third studio album, Underrated, which saw release in February 2019.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Papoose