Eearz is a rapper signed to Mike Will Made It’, EarDrummers and is originally from San Diego, California. He was raised in Georgia and first met Mike Will in high school. During a recent interview with The Progress Report, Eearz speaks about life coming full circle, getting his name from his childhood appearance, and announces his upcoming single which will release September 14th off his upcoming album, Everlasting Eternity.
St. Louis hip-hop artist, Ju teams up with Eearz and Ear Drummer producer @DuckoMcFli, for his latest video collaboration, “Die Young.” This record was dropped earlier this year and was the first record to drop off of Ju’s upcoming project The Revival. The “Die Young” video highlights the dark and gritty feel of the record and speaks to the perils of street life, surviving against all odds and “wanting it all.”
Most recently, Ju dropped records with King Los and Teff Poe, and plans to drop his mixtape New Levels, New Devils early next month. Keep an eye-out for the upcoming mixtape and project from Ju, which include records and videos with Jadakiss, Nispey Hussle, 2Chainz, Junior Reed, Aye Verb and production credits from Mike Will Made It, Jay Boogie, ICU, Chop Squad DJ, Ear Drummers and more.
From Mike WiLL Made-It’s Ear Drummer Records roster, Eearz, dropped his second EP Eearz to Da Streets, Vol. 2 late last year. The Atlanta rapper is now sharing another visual — this time for the Mike WiLL-produced “Pull Over.”
After releasing a powerful visual for “If You Knew Better,” Atlanta native and Eardrumas’ own Eearz returns today to revisits Eearz To The Streets Vol. 2with the official music video for the intro track “Imagine.” Directed by Dada Creative yet again, we catch a glimpse of Eearz roaming through his neighborhood streets as he unloads his high-octane bars and delivers an energetic performance for “Imagine.”
St. Louis hip-hop artist, Ju teams up with Eearz and Ear Drummer producer DuckoMcFli, for his latest record “Die Young.” This record is the first record to drop off of his upcoming project The Revival. Ju, who works closely with some of the industry’s hottest producers, such as Mike Will Made It and the Ear Drummers, started his career as an acclaimed rap battle and freestyle champion and continues to rally support from his hometown with hot, lyrical records.
In the coming months keep an eye-out for a mixtape, New Levels, New Devils, and project, The Revival, to drop from Ju, which include records and videos with Jadakiss, Nispey Hussle, 2Chainz, Junior Reed, Aye Verb and production credits from Mike Will Made It, Jay Boogie, ICU, Chop Squad DJ, Ear Drummers and more.
“Die Young” is a dark and gritty record with minimalist production that speaks to the perils of street life, surviving against all odds and “wanting it all.”