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LA Rapper Thirsty P Preps DeAD HOMie$ Project With “Keep A 30” Video

When you have the buzz in your city the movement is undeniable. Such is the case of Los Angeles bred rapper Thirsty P who is also co-founder of DeAD HOMie$ Clothing line and member of DeSean Jackson’s entertainment label, Jaccpot Records.

Born and raised the Los Angeles’ Crenshaw District Thirsty P went to Crenshaw High surrounded by the dangers of inner city Los Angeles.  After seeing his cousin murdered right in front of him a few years back Thirsty P started the DeAD HOMie$ Clothing line in honor of his murdered cousin and all of the fallen soldiers in the streets on their quest to chase dead presidents.
“My boy Young Chris from the Young Gunz put me on his last mixtape so from there I kind of went crazy with the clothing. He had a big performance out there and I went out and performed and I got my first crowd that’s what got the music rolling for me and got me inspired,” Thirsty P explained.

Now with a well established LA clothing brand on Melrose and IKON in New York in the heart of the streetwear corridor of the Fairfax District, Thirsty P is releasing music under his DeAD HOMie$  brand. Kicking things off with a video for “Keep A 30” and behind the scenes vlog.
In the vlog Thirsty P takes you around LA
as he gets his chain engraved and his car cleaned. In the video for “Keep A 30”  “P” shows you how he likes to pour up.

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