Party Thieves Reveals Anarchy EP

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.

Download “Anarchy EP”

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.



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