Meet ANoyd, a Connecticut rapper who’s making his DopeHouse debut with his “1st Quarter” freestyle.
After making a name for himself with the release of two projects last year, the 23-year-old emcee is ready to take it to the next level with his 2017 campaign. And as January comes to an end, he’s revving the engine with a four-minute assault on classic tracks from Nas, Biggie, Jay Z and Pac.
The bars weren’t enough, though. So, ANoyd decided to put together a ridiculous video that finds him rapping while taking a sh*t in a random bathroom, eating cereal in a grocery store while being chauffeured in a cart, and parading through the streets of CT as he rattles off rhymes of personal struggle, uplifting the youth and his journey through hip hop thus far.
Check out the Jordan Rio-directed clip below and, if you like what you hear, keep scrolling for ANoyd’s previous projects: Once In A BRGNDI Moon and Autumn In Sinsinati.
ANoyd also did his thing for Funk Flex’ ongoing freestyle series last year, so we’ve included that as well.