For someone to embrace the role of “Street Dude,” they must have a pretty unique resume.
Rap has always been a part of Streetdude Flench’s life. From a young age he said he remembers getting together with friends and just coming up with flows on the streets. As he grew up, he began to become more serious about his music. He was inspired by the artists Scarface, and to date he’s been able to collaborate with a number of rising stars in the hip-hop genre – including Suc member Point Blank, Will Lean, and Jdawg artists from Slim Thugs label Boss Hogg Outlaws. Through those collaborations he said he learned the business side of the industry, and he’s worked to hone his sound.
All of that has led to the release of his new album, “STREETDUDE,” which he recorded at RawChild Studio with the help of Hoodbillie Productions. It’s an album that chronicles his life on the streets and tells his story of living the struggle. It shares stories of friends who went to prison, friends who died, and his growing reputation within the neighborhood. Ultimately, he hopes this album will serve as a spark to inspire other younger people from the neighborhood to trust in music as a way to escape the hardships of living in the streets. Check out this positive message below.