FT. STICKY FINGAZ & RICHIE BALANCE PRODUCED BY WILL TELL
The Skillionaire has returned! Lo-Life General and grime-rhyme boss Thirstin Howl The 3rd has dropped new visuals for the epic “Crime Lords.” In addition to featuring on the track Thirstin Howl also directed, edited and styled the video. Produced by Will Tell the beat utilizes the Couragous Cat & Minute Mouse bass sample (that LL also used for the classic “I’m Bad”) over which Howl and his guest Sticky Fingaz (Onyx) spit crime-related bars galore! Lo-Life brethren / long-time Thirstin Howl collaborator Richie Balance provides the hook.
With another display showing you that he is the polo king of hip-hop, the video (shot by 3 Ways) is an opulent display of Lo pieces in garments, adornments and accessories, the likes of which few have ever witnessed before. Speaking on the video Thirstin Howl said “I have all of these crazy Lo pieces that people gift me all the time and I find creative ways of utilizing them.”
Watch official video for “Crime Lords”Here
“Crime Lords” originally appeared on Thirstin Howl the 3rd’s 2017 LP, Skillmatic, which is available in digital and USB format.
Purchase via Itunes:Here
Purchase USB with entire Thirstin Howl Catalog:Here
Originally known in the New York streets at Big Vic Lo, Howl and a tight-knit crew of Brooklyn youths started the Lo-Life’s. A boosting crew that terrorized clothing racks across the boroughs for an accumulation of Ralph Lauren Polo Gear, the crew influenced street-wear and hip-hop culture forever.
As an emcee Thirstin Howl The 3rd is equally recognized with entrees made into film, TV and print arenas as well. For more info on all of these as well as his early experiences with Eminem, Jay-Z and Busta Rhymes tune into a recent full-length interview with DJ Vlad (link below).
Watch Thirstin Howl The 3rd on Vlad TVHere
Watch more videos via Thirstin Howl The 3rd’s youtube channelHere