TOURE (@wptoure2t) is a rising rap artist from West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Not too long ago, he released a music video for his new “Wild Wild West” single that was filmed in Europe via DOPE Records.
TOURE – “Wild Wild West” music video
Posted up in different parts of Europe, the music video for “Wild Wild West” is an introspective representation of TOURE as he continues to level up his life. While he travels the world to experience new things, his lyrics candidly flow about how far he’s come as a recording artist. Sampling Kehlani’s hit song, “Nights Like This,” the somber snare production allows TOURE’s lyricism to dominate as he raps, “When I was growing up, now they say I’m blowing up. Now I’m getting motion, the money ain’t never slowing up.”
Carving out his lane with his uncontainable momentum, TOURE uses his lyrics to manifest his success. This music video follows the visual for “My Raf,” a standout from his latest project, “Life Of The Party,” which has crossed over 2M streams in less than a month.
TOURE – “Life Of The Party” album
“With this project, I’m giving you turn-up energy from all the fun I’m having. Instead of using my pain to make a record, I’m using the joy. I’m done competing with the artists from my city, I’m trying to compete with the world.” – TOURE stated
“Life Of The Party” is an engrossing album that evokes reflection and hard-earned celebration. Checking in at 12 tracks, it is an exhibition for agile rhymes, searing belief, and songwriting versatility. TOURE opens with “Lost It All Before,” as he stitches block memories into an emotive soundscape for a map of where he’s been and where he’s going.
Download TOURE’s “Wild Wild West” album
Skittering across the frenetic percussion and pensive guitar of “My Raff,” he delivers a rumination on success and the isolation that usually comes with it. Then on the focus song “Lifestyle Vicious” featuring Grammy award-winning artist Vory [Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Kanye West, Meek Mill], his vocal tone does gymnastics as he contrasts the experiences of his ruthless past to his rich present and the intersectionality between it all. Other features on the project include Kie, YP Slumpboy, Yung Bleu, and Zoey Dollaz.
TOURE’s recent accomplishments include being featured in Footlocker and Nike’s Philadelphia campaign celebrating 50 Years Of Hip-Hop. He also shined in an eye-opening freestyle on Bars On I-95 showcasing his expertise with wordplay. Additionally, he achieved a sold-out headline concert at the iconic Theatre of Living Arts presented by DOPE Shows in partnership with Live Nation.
Before this impressive journey, TOURE had already released a series of compelling bodies of work, including Hood Poetry (2022), Only 4 The Trenches (2021), and World Toure (2018). Stay tuned to TOURE’s remarkable growth as an artist as his presence continues to expand, solidifying his status as a formidable talent to watch.
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