Pittsburgh native Hardo has taken the road less traveled to reach these heights of rap stardom. Coming home from prison in 2012, the MC survived the gangster lifestyle that is often glamorized in popular culture, transitioning over to music and has not looked back since. Upon his release, he released his breakthrough hit “Stressin,” which yielded over 1 million views on Youtube, and was later even shouted out by T.I. on his Young Thug-assisted hit “Ain’t About The Money.” Fast forward a few years and Hardo has recorded two albums, collaborating with the likes of Meek Mill, 21 Savage, Dave East and is currently featured on Tee Grizzly’s “Ain’t It A Blessing” Tour.
Returning to break bread with his Pittsburgh comrades, Hardo unveils the official music video for “Today’s A Good Day,” featuring steel city natives Wiz Khalifa and Jimmy Wopo. Speaking with XXL Magazine, Hardo shares: “This video was for my city, for the streets in my city, for all my brothers in the feds, Wiz, Wopo and I stood united for the city, so Today’s A Good Day!” The Stevie B-produced track was lifted from Hard and Jimmy Wopo’s joint project “Trapanese,” which is currently available.