In every major city around every state in the country, there is an area of rich kids who live by their own set of rules. In Las Vegas, that area was Summerlin for a long time. A upper-middle class suburb that sits 30 minutes from the Las Vegas Strip, Summerlin is home to the wealthy kids who’s actions in high school weren’t as monitored as others. For the rest of the city, this meant taking advantage of them, and their parties, leading to some memorable fun not possible a few miles north. Hailing from that area in the north, rising Las Vegas artist Kiari Stone checks in with his engaging homage to this notion, “Summerlin Hoes.”
Serving as the first single of the year, Kiari Stone returns with his energetic, high-octane single, “Summerlin Hoes.” Paying homage to an upscale suburban outset of Las Vegas, Summerlin is known for being home to some of the city’s richest and most powerful people. Coincidentally, the area is also known as one of the most festive local locations in the city as the heirs of those rich and powerful people have been known to have a bit of fun while they work. Produced by UliCookUp, “Summerlin Hoes,” perfectly captures the fleeting feelings of angst, anxiousness and joy that come with a high-octane, unpredictable night of partying with some Summerlin women.
Take a listen to the single below and get familiar with Kiari Stone.