The emo-rap of Florida’s Poorstacy emerged in 2019 with the release of his six-track debut EP I Don’t Care. The mix of guitars, hip-hop beats, and emotionally charged lyrics quickly found an audience in the underground hip-hop scene. Following several collaborations with Travis Barker, he released his sophomore full-length, 2021’s Party at the Cemetery.

Seemingly coming out of nowhere, Poorstacy first made waves with his own uploads before the release of his 2019 debut EP. Inspired by hip-hop, metal, and punk, Poorstacy found himself working with Nick Mira (Post Malone, Juice WRLD) and becoming part of the Internet Money collective. The following year he dropped his first full-length album The Breakfast Club. With a guest spot from iann dior, the album saw Poorstacy continue to work with Mira, producers Salem Vex, pharaohvice, and more. In 2020, he contributed “Darkest Night” to the Grammy-nominated soundtrack to Bill & Ted Face the Music. Also that year, he collaborated on several tracks with Travis Barker, including 2020’s “Nothing Left” and “Hills Have Eyes.” In 2021, he released his second full-length album, Party at the Cemetery, which featured a collaboration with Oli Sykes.