Bringing forth his first EP in almost two years, Party Thieves continues the legacy of his Undrafted EP from 2016 and with the reveal of his Anarchy EP, a compilation of four incredibly varying tracks out now on Hiiigher Records.
The first track “Games” with Sammy Adams is melodic vocal piece and starts the EP off with a light-hearted sound. The EP further explodes into “Revolution,” a collaboration with Wells which incorporates rock elements while also delivering an uncanny jaw-dropping bass drop. The third and fourth track are comprised of “One Zero Zero” with Basko and then “Anarchy,” the long awaited track that was formerly a collaboration with Flosstradamus.
With tens of millions of streams on his releases, and a unique background which includes stints as a West Point cadet and a wide receiver for the Army football team, the NYC-based producer has swiftly made his presence known in the music world. Producing for years now, Party Thieves is known for his bassbin-rattling hits, “Origin” and “Poppy Seeds,” both tracks that show off his unique style combining hard hitting trap elements and with a deep musicality.
Party Thieves has also inspired a movement called the Theft Army; an army hungry for the incredible music he consistently puts out. Going beyond the music, Party Thieves uses his following make a difference within communities.
Often a percentage of his merchandise sales are allocated to aid causes like the Anti-Gun Violence campaign. Being able to unite his passion for music with his philanthropic values, Party Thieves has created a movement to help change the world for the better, one song at a time.