Pat App has seemed to establish the mantra for his summertime success: content is king.
At the top of July, Pat released several tracks on Sound Cloud, the first being Way – an ode to finding success through a unique path of passion and hustle. Then, there’s Old Days, Pat’s most recent track featuring Pro Era lyricist Dirty Sanchez.
I’m the cat that hailed from Indiana with the flame
Still ain’t got the deal, but a man of many trades.
And now, Pat App and the Soul Fam collective have released an online home for Pat’s music, hypnotizing Soul Fam merch, and the newest visual for Pat’s track, Alphabet Killer.
Alphabet Killer should be treated like a mini action/horror flick – capturing Pat as a prisoner of war, presumably due to his unfailing mission to push positivity and knowledge to the masses. The rhymer proclaims each of his rap demands while being held hostage – furthering his claims to spread the message by any means necessary.
Pushing my mental it’s more than just pushing pistols
I’ll put you on knowledge, pushing narcotic, my product been dope – please!
Pushing limits, no ceilings. Pushing pedals, I’m driven.
Pushing buttons then push out your television just to tell my vision.
Watch the provoking visual below and visit the Soul Fam site for more releases.