Los Angeles, CA (King Ferris Entertainment, Inc.) -- Who Woulda Thought that a boy growing up cropping tobacco in the backwoods of Charleston, South Carolina would end up as a successful TV show creator/producer and rap artist with his shows and songs heard around the world?
Pony Boi's album Who Woulda Thought hit record stores across the country today. The self-proclaimed Hugh Hefner of Hip Hop doesn't believe in making one hit song. All of his music comes from the heart; the whole album consists of songs that tell a story about who he is and what he has lived through. "Who Woulda Thought"…is a homage to the life he has lived, the women he has loved and the excitement of looking toward the future.
Pony Boi has already begun to see success with the release of his first single "Don't Shake It" featuring Da Brat. The second single due to drop soon features special guest appearances from K-fed "X'" Shar Jackson and Guerilla Black.
Throughout his success as a creator and executive producer of shows on MTV and Spike TV, including "Sorority Life", "Fraternity Life" and "10 Things Every Guy Should Experience". Pony Boi has managed to keep himself grounded and not get caught up in the Hollywood craze. He is also currently writing a book about his life growing up in the south entitled Tobacco Row.
This album was in the making for about 10 years. Pony Boi finally felt that the rest of the world should hear it. He worked in studios from Los Angeles to Brooklyn with great people in the industry such as Guerilla Black, Da Brat, Marc 7 of Jurassic 5, Dyron and Buccweat, and Shar Jackson. There are also songs on this album produced by Charlemagne (Shyne, Talib Kweli), Grammy award winning Arden Altino (Alicia Keys), Big John and Dutch (Ice Cube, Sisqo).
For more information please visit https://www.ponyboi.com/. For photography and talent information please contact Long Live Crime Records.
Other Long Live Crime Records clients include:
Sparklejet, cage9, Doomtree, Die Monster Die, el Centro, Franki Doll, J. Flexx, Joe Christ, Left For Dead, Pony Boi, Punish Yourself, Shar Jackson, Sidlarsen, The Arrs, The American Plague, The Universal Steve, Tim Cullen, Toadmortons, Wonderful Broken Thing, The Last of the Bad Men
Please visit www.longlivecrimerecords.com for more information.