New Single – 050 Boyz ft DoItAll & Tha Advocate “Pay Them No Mind” produced by Clinton Place

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New Jersey’s 050 Boyz release their new album “Everything 050” on 4th August.

Despite this being their debut album as a group, the trio are no novices to the world of hip hop. Prince AK began as hype man for Flavor Unit’s Supreme C before an acting course with Tracey Moore (50 Cent, Busta Rhymes & Eve) saw him swap the mic for tv and film roles for a number of years.

Riq da Kid and Tru Trilla and their respective groups at the time joined Garden State Greats in 2004, a collaborative movement formed by Treach (Naughty by Nature) and Fam (Rottin Razkals) to help unify and promote artists in New Jersey. Now operating as solo artists, the original 5 members came together again in 2012 to rekindle the spirit of GSG and formed 050 Boyz.

With the support of DoItAll (Lords of the Underground), they released the mixtape “050 Dat” in 2013 before evolving into the current line up and recording the new album which has been produced entirely by long standing associate Clinton Place (Kurupt, Yukmouth, Gillahouse)

From the album is the new single “Pay Them No Mind” featuring DoItAll and NJ vet Tha Advocate

Connect with them on twitter

INDIVIDUALS

@PrinceAK_050 @RiqDaKid_050 @EgoFree2_050

GROUP, PRODUCER & FEATURED ARTISTS

@050_Boyz @ClintonPlace9 @DoItAllDU @ThaAdvocate

OR ON THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE

Any DJ’s not already serviced with the full quality mp3 of the track to play on their show can request is from UrbanElite PR. Our contact details are HERE

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