Philly Rapper Skully Drops "A Thousand Ways" On YouTube With GIG Music Group

November 26, 2017

 

 

Skully found himself influenced and inspired by the sound of 90's music. The rapper had a plethora of culture and exposure to find his artistry, especially in the hoods of Philly. East coast and West coast hip-hop were engrained into his musical foundation and knowledge. Skully shows respect to those before him but doesn't allow the newcomers to catch him slippin'.

 

 

Skully was inspired by the constant night life and the "All in" lifestyle of "Vegas" as well as those in his inner circle, so what started as an inside joke became a staple in the inner city night scene for the extravagant parties and non stop indulgence. Skully is definitely not new to the hustle or life game and his maturity can be heard in his lyrics.

 

 

Now fueled by the energy from his surroundings, Skully began relentlessly recording and was determined to be the voice of his peers. Skully has the bars of a leader.

 

A spew of recordings eventually caught the attention of GIG Music Group and through negotiations and mutual goals being discovered, Skully made a wise decision to join forces with GIG Music Group to help take his music career to the next level of success. Skully has made a name for himself with the promotion and support of his music group.

 

Skully possesses great lyrical skill as well as talent at recording. The production on the project overall was truly amazing. His east coast swag is relatable to all hoods across the country. Skully has the potential to reach greatness.

 

 

 

 

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