Purpman Kash and LPB Poody drop street anthem ‘Thuggin’ [Video]

By Jack Barnes

Florida based hip-hop artists Purpman Kash (@purpmankash_) and LPB Poody (@lpbpoody) drop street anthem “Thuggin,” produced by SourK beats. The up-tempo trap beat sets the stage for Purpman and Poody to chronicle what life is like trying to come up and make a way in the streets. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.

This record follows Purpman Kash’s debut EP Can’t Ban the Purpman, which featured the lead single “Jeezy.”

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IG / Twitter: @purpmankash_
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Purpman Kash and LPB Poody drop street anthem 'Thuggin' [Video]


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