Tiny Boost ‘Street Dreams’ out now

The face of hardcore rap and SN1’s Tiny Boost releases his highly anticipated project

TINY BOOST has released his highly anticipated album ‘Street Dreams’ along with the title track/video released on Link Up TV. 

Peckham’s and SN1’s most coveted and respected lyricists showcases his ‘Street Dreams’ throughout this album with a smoother delivery than you’ve seen from him before whilst still packing the same heat.

It maps out what it means coming from the street to having dreams that will take you away from the roads.

Tiny Boost displays his different styles, how he can command any beat and how he has perfected his craft. The ‘Intro’, a hard, street-laced track talks about survival and fighting for his music and introduces us into his world “I’m from the Narm may I remind you, Real shit in every line that I write you, I’m coming for the title”.

Whilst ‘Street Dreams’ has a much smoother production laced with deep thoughts, ambitions and confidence. Ain’t Been Got’ featuring Giggs is a straight up road rap anthem, whilst ‘Chrome Pipes’ featuring another rap favourite, Snap Capone, let’s Boost take control of the beat, where he also goes back to back with Snap.

‘Peckham Krazy’ takes it to a drill anthem with Zone 2’s PS & Kwengface joining the wordsmith to add an extra layer to his exceptional talent and level of rap. 

This year has seen Peckham’s prince of rap feature on Rapman’s Blue Story soundtrack along with joining the Landlord Giggs on his UK leg on his tour from November 25, finishing on December 6 at the SSE Arena Wembley.

Launching his music career in the mid 2000’s in PYG, he caught the attention of his mentor Giggs where they recorded a collaborative mixtape ‘Who Said Dat,’ and he also featured on his momentous debut album ‘Walk In Da Park’. The buzz around him grew dramatically, but an eight-year prison stint interfered with his plans. More driven and determined after his return than ever, Boost came back with his first mixtape ‘Strictly For The Streets’ and has now matured and upped his game even further with this project with gritty, real-life lyrics and intelligent bars, keeping his authenticity.

“Street Dreams is a summary of someone living the street life of what they go through to get to life of luxury, some of it good, some of it bad, some of it ugly.”

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