Today, Chicago’s very own Warhol.SS has just dropped the visual to his new single “Troops ll”, and it’s nothing short of a cinematic masterpiece. Watch it here. Shot by the talented Kai.Chu against the iconic backdrop of Los Angeles, this visual extravaganza captures Warhol.SS in his element, seamlessly blending raw urban energy with high-end aesthetics.
The video features striking scenes of Warhol rapping against the gritty backdrop of a liquor store, the sleek silhouette of a luxurious car, and the lavish interiors of a beautiful home. The visuals come alive with vibrant colors and creative flair, enhanced by the expert touch of VFX and editing courtesy of SRRYBARI.
The track, produced by Brent Rambo and Allen Core, showcases Warhol’s distinctive voice and unmatched creativity. “Troops II” is the precursor to his highly anticipated project 3200 Vol 2, slated for release on October 27, 2023.
The single “Troops ll” launches with a dynamic and high-energy introduction, instantly engaging listeners with Warhol’s compelling lyrics and delivery. The track conveys themes of daring, extravagance, loyalty to comrades, and an overall aura of self-assuredness. Warhol’s freestyling skills shine brilliantly in this track, demonstrating his exceptional ability to spontaneously craft captivating verses.
Warhol’s upcoming project 3200 Vol 2 will include notable features from Babyface Ray, Rich the Kid, DaeMoney, and more. This release follows Warhol’s 2017 debut 3200 EP, which was an ode to Larry League’s project. 3200 Vol 2 will be available for streaming on all major platforms on October 27, 2023.
Warhol, originally known as Zahir Myles, was born into an artistic family in Chicago, Illinois. His early exposure to art, coupled with his passion for fashion, design, and diverse musical genres, provided the foundation for his unique style. He delved into the world of music during his high school years in Atlanta, where he became a part of the group 3200 alongside Larry League and Pollari. His breakthrough came when he collaborated with videographer Cole Bennett, resulting in the visually captivating “Speed Racer,” released on June 14, 2016.
Inspired by the legendary Andy Warhol, Warhol adopted his name, drawn to Warhol’s diverse creative pursuits in photography, fashion, and nightlife. He admired Andy’s multifaceted approach to creativity, finding parallels between his own eclectic interests and the iconic artist’s diverse portfolio. Throughout his career, Warhol has collaborated with heavy hitters in the music industry, including Shoreline Mafia, Trippie Redd, Smokepurpp, Rich the Kid, Rico Nasty, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, and more. His music, often produced by Brentrambo, Uglyfriend, Harry Fraud, and others, resonated globally, accumulating over 180 million streams across various singles and EPs.