A Sample of Pittsburgh's Finest - Asco Jones @asco100k
Asco Jones is a Pittsburgh native who wears his city on his sleeve. Working hard to brand the city and his sound, Asco teamed up with some vets for a couple of songs to assist him in his movement. Some of those songs are “I Wanna know," featuring Rick Ross, “Not Today,” featuring Barrington Levy and "DabbLord," which song took his Pittsburgh movement to another level. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg with Asco Jones and the movement from RAW Entertainment. Asco is currently on pace to drop new music monthly for his new project “Hell On Earth”. The leading single for the project HOE has been featured on AllHiphop.com, HipHopDX.com, thisis50.com, Hiphopsince88.com and more. The project also has upcoming features with Project Pat, TrapnHard, and 30Sticc just to mention a few. To date Asco has reached over 120,000 streams independently and growing on Spotify and other streaming platforms.
There’s also word that Asco Jones will be dabbling into the fashion world with his own denim collection of jeans, jackets and hats debuting this summer. Asco stated that, “Every artist has products but I wanted to be different and take it the extra mile from regular t-shirts.”
With new music releases on the way, the RAW Entertainment label recently leaked a couple tracks that sets Asco apart from the ordinary norm. One of which, titled “No Love,” ultimately can be the theme music to the vibe spectators should embody when thinking Asco’s motives. Off top the beat is infused with the east coast horns and bass tones, while Asco goes ham lyrically spittin’ on each line leaving barely any room for anyone to question his ambition in the music game. By the end of the last bar, there should be no doubt as to what to expect from the Pittsburg native.
The second leak titled “Spill” elevates Asco to grown man status regarding the significance behind the lessons being delivered on the track. Laced with electronic tones and a hip hop mood, Asco brings light to the nature of new found fame, popularity, and the arrogance of many young men and women of his generation. To add personality to the beat, Asco provides commentary on such topics and undoubtedly strongly insinuates what a (RN) should do.
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