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Warhol and Lyrical Lemonade Host 3200 Vol 2 Album Release Party in Chicago Powered by SPKRBX

Warhol and Lyrical Lemonade Host 3200 Vol 2 Album Release Party in Chicago Powered by SPKRBX
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October 30, 2023  (Los Angeles, CA) – Chicago rapper Warhol and Lyrical Lemonade collaborated last Sunday to host an electrifying Halloween-themed celebration, powered by SPKRBX, marking the release of Warhol’s latest musical project, 3200 Vol 2. The project is now available for streaming on all major platforms, listen to it HERE. 

Taking place at the Avondale Music Hall in Chicago, Illinois, the release party was a meticulously curated experience. Guests were treated to a live painting session by renowned Chicago artist Dee Cosey adding an artistic touch to the festivities. The event’s theme was inspired by Warhol’s passion for Halloween and the legendary horror character Freddy Krueger, creating an ambiance of spine-chilling excitement and creativity.

The atmosphere at the party was intimate, allowing attendees to connect deeply with Warhol’s music and artistic vision. Several talented artists joined Warhol on stage, enhancing the live performance with their unique contributions. The night was a celebration of music, art, and the spirit of Halloween, leaving attendees captivated by the unforgettable experience.

This special event not only celebrated the new project but also paid tribute to Warhol and Lyrical Lemonade’s enduring partnership. 

About Warhol:

Warhol, originally named Zahir Myles, was born into an artistic family in Chicago, Illinois. His early encounters with art, coupled with his passion for fashion, design, and a wide array of musical genres, served as the foundation upon which he built his distinctive style. His introduction into music began during his high school years when he relocated to Atlanta, where he met and joined 3200 with Larry League and Pollari. His breakthrough in the industry came when he collaborated with videographer Cole Bennett, resulting in the visually captivating “Speed Racer” released on June 14, 2016. 

The artist’s name, “Warhol,” is a homage to the iconic figure Andy Warhol, celebrated for his multifaceted creative pursuits spanning photography, fashion, and nightlife. Warhol admired Andy’s diverse approach to creativity and saw parallels between his own eclectic interests and the legendary artist’s eclectic portfolio.

Throughout his musical career, Warhol has collaborated with prominent figures in the industry, including Trippie Redd, Smokepurpp, Rich the Kid, Rico Nasty, Hoodrich Pablo Juan, and many others. His music, often produced by talents like Murda Beatz, CashMoneyAP, Harry Fraud, and more, has resonated with fans worldwide, accumulating over 180 million streams across various singles and EPs.

As Warhol continues to make waves in the music industry, his dynamic approach to creativity, influenced by the spirit of Halloween and iconic figures like Andy Warhol, positions him as a trailblazer in the world of art and music. His Halloween-themed release party was not just an event; it was a testament to his unique artistic vision and a celebration of his enduring collaboration with Lyrical Lemonade. With “3200 Vol 2” making its mark in the music world, Warhol’s journey from Chicago to stardom continues to inspire and captivate audiences around the globe.

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