Boaz has been representing Pittsburgh with his gritty bars for several years now. For his newest song, "Rapness Monster," the Rostrum Records member gets a beat from former label mate Mac Miller, who cooks up a piano and horn-looped banger under his Larry Fisherman moniker. Compared to the minimalist production on Stolen Youth, Mac's collaboration with another gruff wordsmith, Vince Staples, the beat on "Rapness Monster" is more robust, proving that Mac is no slouch behind the boards. Boaz is more than capable of handling the beat, and he tackles it with blunt precision. "Every day I'm getting heavily sedated/Pittsburgh's best rapper that shit is heavily debated," he says. His Rostrum Records debut album is expected to drop later this summer.

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