Stacc Styles Signs to Suburban Noize Records & Announces Debut Album “Live Your Best Life”, Premieres Lead Single “Leave with a King” Ft. Johnny Richter

Suburban Noize Records & Regime Music Group are proud to announce the signing of Stacc Styles to the label roster. The Tucson rapper joins the ranks of Suburban Noize family alongside (həd) p.e., the Dropout Kings, Madchild, Johnny Richter, the King Klick, Concrete Dream & Obnoxious. Stacc’s unique blend of THC-infused hip-hop is anchored by his trademark technical precision for high-speed raps.

“Signing with Suburban Noize Records is really a dream come true. Everything has come full circle from being a fan of the label to being out there on the road as roadie for Mower & then to become an artist for this legendary label is just amazing,” commented Stacc Styles. “To think that my album is coming out under the same label that dropped iconic records from Swollen Members, Kottonmouth Kings, Kingspade, Big B & (həd) p.e. is pretty surreal.”

To commemorate the signing of his new deal, Stacc Styles has teamed up with Johnny Richter and released his debut single “Leave With A King” across all platforms. The accompanying music video for the track was filmed during a night of debaucherous rock ‘n’ roll in Las Vegas, NV and features none other than DJ Swamp scratching on the 1s and 2s.

Stacc Styles’ ties to Suburban Noize Records & SRH trace back to the early 2000s during the era of attending Kottonmouth Kings shows. The pivotal moment occurred in 2005 when Stacc struck up a friendship with Suburban Noize alumni Mower while on tour in Arizona. This connection led Stacc to join the band’s road crew. Over the next couple of tours, Stacc was introduced to the extended Suburban Noize family. Johnny Richter, Big B, D-Loc, Judge D, The Dirtball, Chucky Chuck & others became part of Stacc’s growing network.

The relationship evolved beyond camaraderie into creative collaboration when Stacc Styles teamed up with Chucky Chuck on several musical projects. This collaboration caught the attention of Daddy X from Kottonmouth Kings, who in turn jumped on a track, and eventually introduced Stacc Styles to his current manager Andy Kane. This connection would ultimately result in Stacc securing a deal with Suburban Noize Records years later & currently working on his debut album set to be released this summer called Live Your Best Life.

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