Pretty hilarious clip of Thirstin Howl in a bathtub of cassettes and using a crutch as a prop, rhyming over Nas’ “Theif’s Theme” instrumental. From J-Ronin’s Freestyle Files Vol. 2 mixtape, dropping soon.
From the Mami & Papi album. Directed by Box Lo and Sucre Reyes.
With the release of Spit Gemz’ FVCK THE RADIO project last Monday (February 25th, 2013), Gemz dropped off one of the standout tracks featuring heavyweight power MC Vinnie Paz. This next track is an ode to his Lo-Life brethren & his Brooklyn/ Queens roots. Featuring the Lo-Life general Thirstin Howl 3rd & the Fly Shit [cont.]
R.A. The Rugged Man writes: SADAT X asked me to hop on this bugged out bizarre-ass joint with him and THIRSTIN HOWL for his new WINE CONNOISSEURS album he did with WILL TELL. We met up at WILL TELL’s little basement studio in BROOKLYN and laid down the track and vocals on some bugged out [cont.]
Thirstin Howl III and Hurricane G are recording an album together called Mami and Papi. The video is directed by Thirst and Jokes.
Directed by Sucre and Thirstin. From Big Vic Lo’s Natural Born Skiller LP. Nice use of a GZA vocal sample.
Produced by Bluntologist.
T. Howl has just released the second volume in his Polo Grounds mixtape series, which you can cop for $4. Below you can check out a preview of the mix, which finds Thirstin narrating classic tracks as well as giving a preview of his next LP, Natural Born Skiller, naturally.
ACTION INCORPORATED is a rap group out of North Carolina. Fuzz Jackson & DJ Battle are two vets in the NC hip hop scene who have joined forces for this project. Peep the video for “Party For All Types” and download for the lead single “Furious” which features Thirstin Howl III.
Debut single from this North Carolina duo made up of DJ Battle and Fuzz Jackson, taken from their forthcoming self titled, debut album. [Audio clip: view full post to listen] LISTEN: Action Inc – “Furious” (feat. Thirstin Howl III) (MP3) Action Inc – “Furious” (feat. Thirstin Howl III) (MP3)
Thirstin Howl III is nothing short of a the new-school rap entity. Dipped in the finest Polo a man can steal he won his early accolades within the early Lyricist Lounge days garnering attention across the board from his flailing tongue and wit. The mid to late 90′s found Howl atop numerous 12″s, label to label, [cont.]
Debuting in 1999, courtesy of Rawkus’ projects Soundbombing 2 and alongside Eminem on DJ Spinna’s Heavy Beats compilation, Thirstin Howl III quickly made a name for himself, and followed these appearances with two do-it-yourself discs, Skillionaire and Skillosopher. These CD’s introduced the underground hip-hop world to a cartoon character emcee obsessed with Polo gear, who repped the [cont.]
Funnier in concept than in execution, Thirstin Howl III tries his best to match the hilarity of Notorious B.I.G.’s classic B-side, “Dreams of F*ckin’ an R&B B*tch” on “Dreams Of Fucking A Cartoon Bitch”, but frankly, the execution falls far beneath B.I.G.’s original simplicity. Plus, his X-rated perversions just ain’t that funny as Howl describes how [cont.]
Future star. Maybe I am completely off on this one, but listening to the humorous, threatening battle raps of Thirstin Howl III, combined with his completely marketable (like it or not) Polo obsession, and a huge underground buzz, that is what I predict for him. After stealing the show in one verse on Rawkus’ recent [cont.]
I’m not sure what I love about Thirstin Howl III so much, but he has a totally unique style, and outrageous rhymes that are mad funny. He almost sounds like he is trying to scare you when he rhymes, but you can tell by the context that he is just messing around. This full, three verse [cont.]
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