What you see is what you get with Dallas, Texas’ Pit Boss, one of the hardest hitting new hip hop artists emerging from the Lone Star state. Filled with raw lyrical power and inspired by difficult and traumatic experiences throughout his younger years, his songs contain a rare element of truth and realism not typically seen in today’s music culture.
Pit Boss clearly utilizes his Southern influence, rapping over thumping, heavy beats in a style similar to Slim Thug or UGK. His first mixtape, Money Mission featured a collection of tough hip hop tracks performed by a talented group of homegrown Texas rappers, establishing his presence within the local scene. His latest triumph is the Dallas anthem, “Do it Big,” which is easily one of his most impressive tracks to date, and a sign of his inevitable success in the future.