New Album “Everything 050” by New Jersey’s 050 Boyz featured in the UK’s Rawroots


New Jersey trio Riq da Kid, Tru Trilla and Prince AK – aka 050 Boyz – release their first official album “Everything 050” on 4th August.

Between them they have many years in the local hip hop scene, whether with previous groups or solo projects, and were heavily involved with the Garden State Greats movement of 2004, a concept devised by Treach (Naughty by Nature) & Fam (Rottin Razkals) The vision of unifying new emerging artists and established names in the area was re-generated by the trio with the assistance of DoItAll (Lords of the Underground) in 2011 when the group was formed.

The album represents this ethos and their history. Entirely produced by Clinton Place, a long time associate of Prince AK from their days of touring with Flavor Unit’s Supreme C, it also includes guest features by some of the hottest Emcees from Jersey’s underground. In addition to appearances by Treach and DoItAll there is also a little international flavour brought to the table by the UK’s WiseRap

UK online Rawroots has just published a review feature on the album which you can read HERE

Last week, 050 Boyz released the official video for their new bangin single “Hot Damn”. The energy created here is reproduced throughout the album fron start to finish

050 Boyz – Hot Damn (Official Music Video – produced by Clinton Place) from UrbanElite Promotions on Vimeo.

Look out for extensive international media coverage together with more audio and video releases throughout the summer. You can connect with them on social media, whether on their Facebook Page or on twitter. Their group twitter account is @050_Boyz, and their individual accounts @RiqDaKid_050 @PrinceAK_050 & @EgoFree2_050

All international media & press enquiries regarding 050 Boyz, including requests for a promotional copy of the album to review and requests to interview the group, can be sent to us at UrbanElite PR. Our contact details are HERE

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