Pooca Leroy’s humility, innovation, excitement and feel for music, as well as his knack for flawless lyricism is now on a national stage this month. This is one of many highlights in the 10 year career of Pooca Leroy, whose mixtapes are hot commodities and whose appearances are on the rise. As the momentum and opportunity continues, Pooca’s schedule and focus on his next projects remain priority. His singles “Rap” and “Got the Streets” continue to provide an excellent segue into his upcoming freshman project “The Storm” due out first quarter. This project will showcase the artists’ story-telling, thought-invoked lyrics and his ability to move a crowd.
Pooca Leroy had a similar honor last year by gracing the cover of Ozone Magazine. The Source Magazine’s Man of The Year issue is a highly-anticipated issue throughout the music industry. This year, 2 Chainz can be found on the cover as Man of The Year. This issue will be available for purchase December 4, 2012.
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About Pooca Leroy- In an age where Dallas rap artists are primarily known for dance songs and ring tones, Pooca Leroy has a style, swagger, passion, and versatility that not only distinguishes him from Dallas rappers, but ultimately, will change the entire landscape of the southern rap scene. Affectionately named Pooca by his father shortly after birth, around age twelve the name Leroy was co-opted after watching the movie, one of his favorite movies, “The Last Dragon”, whose principal character was a guy named, “Leroy”. This viscous, yet, clever and lyrical emcee’s claim to fame is the flame that he spits every time he touches a microphone. He is, thus, aptly nick-named, Tha South Side Dragon.
Strongly influenced by artists such as Pimp C, T.I., Tupac, Lil Flip, Lil’ Boosie, Webbie, 8 Ball & MJG, Lil’ Keke, and Z-Ro, like theirs, his music has street appeal. Among other things Pooca Leroy is out to prove that he can go toe to toe with anyone in the game and accepts the burden of changing the perception of Texas rappers. He admits that he feels like the rap game needs more originality, style, and lyrics and he’s going to bring it. Let’s get ready to rumble; “THE CHAMP IS HERE"!