Three of the streets of Pittsburgh’s biggest artists together on one track isn’t common but it’s only right. Ikey Bubz recruits Tolly and Owey for the remix to his catchy “My Phone” track, recruiting Money Marc Films to shoot the visual. Ikey, Tolly and Owey are all working on projects as we speak so expect more collaborations in the future. Follow them on Twitter @IKEYBUBZ@TOLLYBANDZ@OG_Owey.
While working on his next mixtape Owey let’s loose another freestyle. This time he goes over 2 Chainz popular “Riot” beat and more than does it justice. Be on the lookout for many more new videos, singles, and mixtapes from Owey coming soon. Follow Owey on Twitter @OG_Owey.
Owey has been relatively quite these past few months working on his next mixtape. In the meantime he gives his fans something to tide them over. Owey goes in over Yo Gotti’s new single “I Got Dat Sack” and does it more than justice. Be on the lookout for much more new material from Owey dropping soon. Follow Owey On Twitter @OG_Owey.
Human Hustle Entertainment presents Tolly live at the Rex Theater on Friday June 15th. Get your tickets now before it sells out! Additional performances by: TEF, The JSP, Mac Cartel, Looney, Marly, Flyguy, Most Wanted F-Mob, Jung Phil, The Ghetto Stars, BTB, Proph, Yung Gee, Top Flyte, KR$Z, and Mike Juliano.
Come out and hear Tolly perform hits from his newest release from the Beat Knock EP. He will be bringing some special guests like Owey. Don’t miss it!
On May 29th Tolly and Sledgren will release their collaborative Beat Knock EP. The EP features guest appearances from Juicy J, Owey, Deezlee, and more. Tolly decided to give his fans a little taste of what they’ve been waiting on. Make sure to download Beat Knock May 29th! Follow Tolly and Sledgren on Twitter @TOLLYBANDZ and @ImSledgren.
For the latest Kickstand TV Owey takes us to the final date of his Midwest Tour in Chicago. You can catch all of Owey’s adventures on tour on his official Seven Tre Music Youtube channel. And if you haven’t already download his latest mixtapes, Donks, Dimes, & DiamondsHosted By DJ 5150 and RacketeeringHosted By DJ Cash Crook. Follow Owey on Twitter @OG_Owey.
Owey is back with two of the latest installments of his Kickstand TV youtube series. Catch up with Owey and his Seven Tre Mafia crew at shows in Dayton, OH in Pt. 5 and Cincinnati, OH and Akron, OH in Pt. 6. Look Pt. 7, the final piece in the series, coming soon. Follow Owey on Twitter @OG_Owey.
AllHipHop’s latest Breeding Ground Spotlight, Owey is currently on tour throughout the Midwest. His Kickstand TV YouTube series catches his shows in Cleveland, OH and Columbus, OH. If you haven’t already check out Owey’s latest mixtape RacketeeringHosted By DJ Cash Crook and follow him on Twitter @OG_Owey.
Owey is representative of the streets of Pittsburgh. His newest mixtape Donks, Dimes, & Diamonds Hosted by Baton Rogue’s own DJ 5150 is Owey’s theme music for the streets. Donks Dimes & Diamonds features local hits such as “No Reason” and “Her, Her, & Her” fe “Gone Off The Trap” and “She Wants A Thug” feat. Wiz Khalifa. Owey and his Seven Tre Mafia crew have big things planned for 2012 with numerous mixtapes and videos in the making. Expect Owey to become a household name soon enough.
AllHipHop.com: What makes you unique as an artist?
Owey: There’s a lot of passion behind my music. I want people to feel my music. Everything I rap about are things I’ve actually been through or have seen first-hand and I think people identify with that and can relate to it.
AllHipHop.com: When did you first discover Hip-Hop and what does it mean to you?
Owey: It was 1988 when I first got a LL Cool J album. My dad always played records for me when I was younger so I was exposed to music at a young age. I didn’t really rap until 2007. I initially only wanted to do it for fun, as something on the side. A lot of people where I’m from took a liking to my music so I stuck with it.
AllHipHop.com: Which artists have inspired you?
Owey: Biggie, Tupac, Soulja Slim, Master P. I am inspired by artist with longevity which is what I’m trying to accomplish.
AllHipHop.com: What is unique about the city of Pittsburgh?
Owey: There are different sounds and a lot of variety to the music that comes from Pittsburgh. There is also a street side to the music that a lot of people do not know yet. Pittsburgh is rougher than how it is portrayed.