Eastsyde Tone connects with Thirstin Howl The 3rd in new “Concrete Jungle” visual.
Uptown NYC representative Eastsyde Tone dropped new visuals for new single “Concrete Jungle” this morning. Dropping via J. Plantinum Ent and first premiered by Weekly Rap Gods the track features hard bars from Tone and his guest the Lo-Life General himself, Thirstin Howl The 3rd.
Speaking on the joint Tone said “I feel like the song not only represents New York but that Thirstin’s verse really went deep into representing the journey he went through before becoming who he is today.”
Hailing from East Harlem, NY Eastsyde Tone first got into the rap game in 2000 forming the musical trio E.N.F. (Every Nigguz Future) with two of his homies. However it is over the past year after signing with J. Platinum Ent, that he has really began to get prolific with the song drops. This includes multiple tracks and videos with Bronx spitter Swaggu, Florida’s Getcha Bahhz and two blazing tracks with his East Harlem affiliate BiggaThreat (both produced by Dame Grease).