POORSTACY Drops New Record “Public Enemy”
South Florida rock artist POORSTACY releases his first single and music video of 2021, “Public Enemy.” Inspired by the social unrest and political distrust of the last year, the track shows STACY giving a middle finger to the establishment.
The single and its accompanying music video, co-directed by STACY and Mooch, kicks off his rollout for the forthcoming album Party at the Cemetery, which is set to release this fall. Though he first made his mark as the Soundcloud emo-rap artist behind underground hits like “makeup,” POORSTACY has since grown into a full-fledged rockstar with a placement on the GRAMMY-nominated soundtrack Bill & Ted Face the Music to prove it.
Speaking on the new song and his upcoming album, STACY wrote, “A lot of people are frustrated with the state of the world so hopefully my music can help them push through that aggression and be a positive outlet for them.” Watch the video below.
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