September 19, 2016 Valholla Staff

5 Albums That Inspired The Pyrvmids’ Stadium Status

The Pyrvmids has proven to be one of the best new producers in the South. With his album Stadium Status receiving praise, we wanted to find out the albums that inspired his latest project. Here are the 5 albums that inspired Stadium Status.

Graduation – Kanye West
Kanye West - Graduation

The opening line of the track “Big Brother”. Kanye West says “…Stadium Status”, the sound and texture and wave of that album formed my taste in hip hop. I have it tattooed on my forearm, to always remind me why I make this quality of music.

Take Care – Drake
Drake - Take Care

The sonic landscape Drake and 40 painted with Take Care inspired ‘Sake’ and ‘Lights’ Dark and cavernous but enough drive in the drums to keep you dancing.

DS2 – Future
Future - DS2

Future took over the streets and radio and forever changed the sound of modern hip hop.
I just made my representation of the sound right now. The new wave. Heavy 808’s and dark synthesizers.
Shit to make the club and party go crazy when it drops.

Deeper Than Rap – Rick Ross
Rick Ross - Deeper Than Rap

The soul in this album stained my actual soul so much that it’s the bar I set for my own soul production. Classic hip hop and aggressive witty bars, all the products of the crib!

Crenshaw – Nipsey Hussle
Nipsey Hussle - Crenshaw

Nip represents the sound of his coast and city so much that it inspires me to bring our sound and soul to the forefront as I represent myself. I see LA and Miami as mirroring cities so I definitely understand Nip being from LA, this project made me more conscious.

Stream or Buy Stadium Status HERE!


Valholla Staff

Valholla is a full service Music Label & Management Company based in Miami, FL. Valholla's 2015 release of Kirby Maurier's "Doing The Most" was one of the highest selling independent R&B albums in the South Atlantic Region. His opinion is his own.

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