EP Stream: Rolling Stone P Releases “Calvin Klein” (Rolling Edition) [Audio]

Rolling Stone P

By Jack Barnes

New Jersey rapper Rolling Stone P (formerly Pure) best known for his first single in 2010 entitled, “Body Talk”, just released his newest project “Calvin Klein” (Rolling Edition). “Body Talk” was a hit in the New York Tri-State area, and was on rotation at all top clubs by all of New York City’s biggest DJ’s and on radio stations Hot 97 and Power 105.1. Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.

With his new project release, Rolling Stone P plays off the edginess and rawness of the fashion brand. “The mission of my project is simple, the swag is Calvin. This project is my version, my extension of what that brand represents and everything about this project is my lifestyle, what I live by a daily.”
Rolling Stone P Bio
Rolling Stone P (formerly known as Pure) is a New Jersey rapper whose music journey started in 2010 when one of his first singles entitled, “Body Talk” became a hit in the New York Tri-State area, getting play at all top clubs by all of New York City’s biggest DJ’s such as Dj Enuff, Cipha sounds, DJ Camilo, Funk Flex, DJ Prostyle, DJ Envy, Kast-One, DJ Self, DJ Suss One. It also was on rotation on local radio station airwaves including Hot 97 and Power 105.1. In 2011 he released another single called “The Stars,” which charted within the top 40 Urban Billboard with over 500 spins. He has collaborated and has been featured on tracks with other artists including  E40, Pusha T, Lox, Jim Jones, Uncle Murdah and Maino. Additionally, he has performed with likes of Fabolous, J.Cole, Miguel, YG, Nore, Red Café, Fred The Godson, Cipha Sounds, Funkmaster Flex, Dj Camilo, DJ Prostyle, DJ Enuff, DJ Self and Big Dennis. He has performed at major clubs in the tri-state area including Club Taj, Soiree, Webster Hall, Talay, Pacha, China Club, SOB’s, Village Underground, Amnesia, Mansion, Sugar Bar, Tonic, Beso Lounge, XL Lounge and Studio 4. He has been featured on BET Jams, MLS Monthly Skills Podcast, XXL and more.
In 2015 he officially changed his name to Rolling Stone P, after a roller coaster ride of two years and a renewed outlook on his career. This name is what his “Kool Weirdo” squad calls him, which is a group of individuals that represent individuality and positivity despite the odds that people may be faced with. In essence they represent the culture of youth who break boundaries, celebrate one another and simply have fun.

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