TIG Records’ Rising Star Posa Is “Dropping Jewels” In His New Video

Fresh off of his debut EP BOLO [Think It’s A Game Records/Warner Bros. Records] and following his buzzworthy single “Big Dawg” featuring Moneybagg Yo, rising hip-hop star Posa is coming in hot with his new “Dropping Jewels” video directed by The Wizard.
The visual, which premiered this morning on HipHopDX, shows the Mobile, Alabama native flexin’ in a unique lyricist performance while doing 360-degree spins in his favorite classic car. We can all ride shotgun with a bird’s-eye view of him reppin’ his original Bama style. 
“‘Dropping Jewels’ is me giving game on the streets in particular,” Posa explains. “I’m speaking on the good and bad on both ends.”
Released in late March, BOLO puts Posa’s versatility and story-telling ability on full display, supported by a team of up-and-coming producers who partnered with the rapper to create different moods within his music. The EP is rapidly approaching 1 million streams across platforms.
With hit single “Trap Love” featured on the coveted “The Realest Down South” Spotify playlist and bangers “Last Day” and “Big Dawg” appearing on “Off The Strength,” Posa is well on his way to cultivating a lasting impact with fans all summer long.

STREAM/DOWNLOAD BOLO HERE:https://posa.link/bolo

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TIG Records Announce “Trust In Giving” Campaign For Atlanta Residents *Month-long Community Giveback*

Today, the Trust In Giving Foundation—the charity created by Think It’s A Game Records Founder & C.E.O. GivanFlyHenry—and Black Celebrity Giving launch the “Trust In Giving Month” campaign for the entire month of October. The foundation’s mission is to create lasting solutions to problems faced by today’s youth, seniors and families, through the power of giving. The month of giving will bring hope to the lives of thousands through a variety of community activations in Atlanta, Georgia.

Trust In Giving (TIG) will enact one giveback daily throughout the month of October, ranging from surprise automobile giveaways and book donations to supporting shelters, youth homes and children with incarcerated parents, as well as senior citizen centers throughout the Atlanta area. “Fly” went on air with DJ Greg Street at V103 in order to personally break the news about the inaugural “Trust In Giving Month.”

As part of the announcement, he also gifted Jasmyn Bulls and her five-year-old daughter Riley a brand new car. Ms. Bulls arrived at the station under the impression her cousin would be interviewed only to receive a brand new car in the garage from “Fly” and “Trust In Giving.” After hearing her story, Black Celebrity Giving identified Ms. Bulls and arranged this amazing moment.

Check out the full recap video of the car giveaway at V-103 with Fly and Jasmyn HERE.

Yesterday, TIG hosted a shelter donation at Solomon’s Temple. The foundation will supply full bedding, mattresses, towels, and more. This week also culminates with a special appearance by “Fly” and the TIG Housing Program at the Hyatt House Hotel where he will surprise a family with rent and groceries for an entire year on Thursday, October 4.

On “Fly’s” birthday, Friday October 18, TIG remodels the Teen Room at the YMCA in Atlanta, which will now be dedicated to him by the City Council as “The Fly Teen Room.” What’s more, a proclamation will be presented to Fly by Atlanta City councilwoman Marci Overstreet for his work in the community. These represent just a few of this month’s acts of kindness.

Check out the full schedule for “Trust In Giving Month” HERE.

About “Trust In Giving Month,” “Fly” commented, “October is a very special month for me, but I wanted to make it even more special by giving back every single day. We found the perfect partner to bring this to reality in Black Celebrity Giving. I’ve been blessed with so much. However, the ultimate blessing is for me to give back and uphold the community that gave my start. It’s an honor to do something that might change someone’s life, whether it be helping them keep a roof over their head or gifting them a car to get to work. Giving is transformative. I want to show people how one small act of kindness can make a major difference. You can trust in giving!”

Be on the lookout for news about “Trust In Giving Month” @trustingiving across all social media platforms as it gets underway now. Share your story with us by emailing info@trustingiving.com

YFN Lucci, Trinidad James, Q Money and More Celebrate TIG Records 5th Year Anniversary In Atlanta

In celebration of their 5th year anniversary, TIG (Think It’s A Game Records), hosted a series of events in lieu of the annual A3C Festival in Atlanta. Kicking off the week, TIG held a DJ appreciation event hosted by Coalition DJs & D Haynes. This event gave the label a chance to show their gratitude to the DJ community who has assisted in breaking their artist records. The event had a chef, topless bartenders and massage therapists (Rejuv Spa). The TIG roster including – YFN Lucci, Q Money, Rubberband OG, ForteBowie, Damar Jackson, Garren, YFN Pound (YFNBC Artist), YFN Kay (YFNBC Artist), Ferrari Red (YFNBC Artist), La Mazii and Posa all performed new music for the DJ’s to review and give feedback on as well. Some notable DJ’s in attendance included: Bigga Rankin, Tephlon, DJ X, DJ Winn, Swamp Izzo, DJ Omezy, DJ Ice Berg, King Pin and more.

The following day after the DJ appreciation event, guests came out to the Masquerade for the A3C Kickoff: TIG 5th Anniversary Concert powered by Boost Mobile. Hosted by Bigga Rankin and D Haynes, each TIG artist performed their latest hit records; including rising rap star YFN Lucci performing records such as Everyday We Lit, Heartless and Key to the Streets. Trinidad James popped up for a special guest performance on Lucci’s set to pay homage to his former label, TIG. DJ Lavish Lee and DJ Southwest Atlanta kept the crowd going, as Lucci presented his Family & Friends (YFNBC) with their #1 Plaque for his hit Single “Everyday We Lit” which was the #1 Urban Record in the country back in late July. Lucci’s CEO, Fly then surprised him & their super producer June James with their “Key To The Streets” Platinum Plaque.

Wrapping up the week, TIG founder and CEO, Girvan “Fly” Henry was honored at the Black Music Moguls Brunch. Fly was recognized for being a leading music executive in the industry and nurturing the rap careers of talent such as YFN Lucci, Rich Homie Quan, Trinidad James and More. “It’s a BLESSING to be successful in the music business over these past 5 years. Honestly, I feel like this is only the beginning for us! So like Puff said, ’10 Years from now we’ll still be top,’ THINK IT’S A GAME!!!” Fly stated. TIG has quickly become one of the top independent hip-hop labels in the industry.