Ever since P.A.A.S. left the Break Mechanics a few years ago, the hip-hop scene has been patiently and eagerly awaiting the release of his solo debut. Now that the album is finished and nearing release, however, the MC says he's focusing his attention elsewhere, namely his entertainment imprint, ASR Innertainment, and may be stepping off the stage for good.
"I've been working real hard on getting ASR operational," P.A.A.S. says. "There is a lot of business and legal issues that I have to take care of, so that's where all my energy is going. I'm working on the organization infrastructure, body of directors, programming and that stuff."
Catch what could be the MC's final performance at the Rock n' Roll Grill (1531 Champa Street) on Friday, February 27, when he shares a bill with Whygee and Gyp Da Hip. Should be a great show. In the meantime, check out a couple of tracks from his forthcoming album below and hear what made us all fans in the first place.
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