Hip-Hop storytelling defines a culture, lifestyle, and reality of aspiring artists through their lens. Youth culture creates a universal language of purpose, rage, revolt, unity, and unparalleled creativity. In 2020, Millennials are heavily invested in their identity, social media presence, and impact on social injustice. Hip-Hop artists throughout history have delivered graphic and unapologetic depictions of their environment. Music is the universal language of the world which heals, destroys, inspires, and educates future generations.
Pennsylvanian “SKORGE DA HOODLUM” illustrates a nonconventional outlook on Pittsburgh street life and politics.
Being able to convert moments of pain into inspiration is a rare talent, and SKORGE DA HOODLUM's poetic Hip-Hop lyrics illuminate the hearts of every young black male striving for greatness.
Latest visual “TALK HOW I TALK” emulates the realities of drug dealing, controlling street corners, and creating businesses in pursuit of financial freedom.
SKORGE DA HOODLUM launched “Talk How I Talk” underneath his company music umbrella and self-financed the entire project. “Talk How I Talk” received a global distribution to Apple Music, iTunes, TIDAL, RADIOPUSHERS TV, and XITE via Comcast. The life-lessons within Skorge’s lyrics resonate with every self-made hustler aspiring to “Get Rich or Die Trying.”
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