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Paul Wall Drops New Album, “Hall of Fame Hustler” in Partnership with ONErpm, Keeping Traditional Texas Hip-Hop Alive

Paul wall, Hall of Fame Hustler

LISTEN TO HALL OF FAME HUSTLER

New York, NY. 10 September 2021 – Houston Rap Icon, Paul Wall released his 13th studio album – Hall of Fame Hustler, on all platforms today in partnership with his Oiler Mobb ENT. and ONErpm. This 11-song album takes listeners back to the nostalgic and acclaimed early 2000’s Texas hip-hop sound, with heavy drums, slow melodies and raw down-south lyricism. With notable features including – Slim Thug, Lil Keke, Z-Ro, Max Minelli and Marty James, this album is a surefire banger to close out the Summer. “This album is the soundtrack to the hustle. It’s purpose is to motivate and inspire people to always do their best. And most importantly never give up on the grind,” Paul Wall claims. “I connected with some of my favorite hustlers and go-getters to be producers and collaborating artists on this project. Plus Mike Frost definitely killed the ‘Akira’ inspired artwork,” he continues.

This album comes shortly after the release of his lead single,”Still Sippin” featuring fellow iconic lone-star state rappers Slim Thug and Lil Keke. “Being a part of Paul Wall and his Oiler Mobb Entertainment legacy in a truly independent role with ownership of his master recordings is an honor. Paul has been a voice of the people on social issues while still releasing iconic music. We look forward to what the future holds with this partnership, states ONErpm Head of Urban Music Orlando McGhee. Paul Wall has been in the game over two decades, most known for his strong role in Swishahouse, one of the founding fathers of the renowned ‘chopped and screwed’ Texas rap sub-genre.

Tracklisting:

1.High as Me ft. 4

2.Brain Freeze

3.Grind Rap

4.Hi Lo ft. Marty James

5.Countin Paper ft. Rich the Factor

6.Move On ft. Zro & Max Minelli

7.Still Sippin ft. Slim Thug & Lil Keke

8.Comin Thru, Crawlin Slow

9.Best Self

10.Good Bidness

11.Now I’m Blowed