Winners Circle artist Eli Fross continues to reach new levels in the New York drill scene. Today, he connects with Sleepy Hallow in the new music video for “Steppas Freestyle”, a key record from his latest mixtape The Book Of Eli. The two rappers craft impressive back-and-forth verses, effortlessly picking up each other’s lines. The collaboration truly excels.
Last month, Eli Fross’ mixtape The Book Of Eli highlighted his ominous delivery and boastful lyricism. HNHH stated, “Eli Fross delivers banger after banger” and Kazi Magazine mentioned “his stacked flows and breath control are top-notch for someone this early in their career.” The 9-track mixtape, produced entirely by Winners Circle beatsmith Great John, includes additional features from Bankroll Buna on “Gangway” and Lil Zay Osama on “Mad Max.”
Stay tuned for more music from Eli Fross and Winners Circle this year.
ABOUT ELI FROSS
Born and bred in the Crown Heights neighborhood of Brooklyn, Eli Fross is building a name for himself thanks to his booming timbre and charismatic approach to lyricism. With his unique name, the 20-year-old rapper’s one-of-a-kind story positions him to be as fresh a face as they come.
He comes from a Trinidadian and Jamaican household where music flowed in and out, preparing him for a musical career that would come in due time. He would even play point guard for an AAU basketball league and begin studying music by following in the steps of his older brother.
In 2019, Eli Fross signed to Winners Circle and has grown to become an integral part of New York’s rap scene. Now that he’s on the rise, he’s preparing to release new music to accompany his two previous official releases, “No Ad Libs” and “ISO” which received over 2.8M views on YouTube. Armed with the popularity that Winners Circle is collectively amassing, it’s clear that Fross is well on his way to the top.
ABOUT WINNERS CIRCLE ENTERTAINMENT
Incorporated in 2019, Winners Circle Entertainment includes label co-owners Sheff G and Sleepy Hallow, Eli Fross, Jay Bezzy and producer Great John, who handles a majority of the label’s music production. Co-owned and operated by a solid management conglomerate which is made up of Jeremy “Jerm” Soto and Karel “White” Jorge.