Michigan’s After Pxrty has been a friend of mine for some time now – but our relationship had nothing to do with this post. We’ve actually never featured a song from him on flowsfordays, but we couldn’t pass on his newest, 99 Problems.
You’ll notice he has an unconventional flow; rhyming that may take you by surprise. Although he can sound off beat, he’s actually quite precise and calculated. 99 Problems was inspire by Clipse’s Hell Hath No Fury album, which makes some sense. Both emcees and Pxrty are direct and blunt in their lyrics and delivery, and speak on dark subject matter.
The cut is off his upcoming new project No Rest for the Wicked, that will be coming soon. Keep up with his music by following him on SoundCloud.