Chicago rapper Warhol.SS has triumphantly returned with the release of 3200 Vol 2 — another significant career milestone that highlights his artistic growth and resilience.
3200 Vol 2 isn’t just another record; it’s an embodiment of artistic evolution. It outwardly builds upon Warhol’s impressive allure over the course of 16 tracks, featuring collaborations with industry luminaries like Babyface Ray, Rich the Kid and more.
“3200 Vol 2 showcases my evolution as an artist. After six years, I revisited the 3200 series, introducing a brand new artistic direction that I’m excited to share with everyone.”Warhol via release
Warhol’s musical journey gained momentum in 2017 with the release of 3200. This collection of Soundcloud singles became a massive hit, achieving recognition alongside an era icon in UnoTheActivist (“In The Field”). Additionally, 3200 marked a turning point in Warhol’s career, establishing him as one of Chicago’s brightest talents, which made way to multiple, successful LPs in Where’s Warhol (2017), Chest Pains (2018) and Where’s Warhol 2, among others.
Warhol initially developed his passion for music during his high school years in Atlanta. His career took flight when he joined 3200 alongside Larry League and Pollari, as his namesake pays homage to the legendary artist Andy Warhol — celebrated for his multifaceted approach to creativity. Upon listening, the parallels between the two artists are uncanny.
Throughout his journey, Warhol has collaborated with industry stars like Trippie Redd, Smokepurpp, Rico Nasty and more. Producers like Murda Beatz, CashMoneyAP, Harry Fraud and others have contributed to his music, amassing over 180 million streams across various singles and EPs.
3200 Vol 2 invites us to dive deeper into Warhol’s stratosphere, promising an experience that resonates not just with fans, but with anyone seeking a dynamic and ever-evolving talent.
Listen to “3200 Vol. 2” below!