A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s Debut Album Gives the Bronx Another W


A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie finally released he debut album, The Bigger Artist, on Friday, September 29th.

The 15-track project obviously features his hit “Drowning” with Kodak Black, but also guest features Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Robin Thicke, PNB Rock, 21 Savage, Young Boy NBA, and of course his ace boon coon, Don Q.

A Boogie reflected on life before fame in the opening track, “No Promise”. He used the track to issue a PSA to let people know that he can’t make any promises because life is crazy on the way to the top. You can always count on A Boogie’s signature melodic flow and street anthems to have you hooked to songs like “No Comparison” and “If I Gotta Go”. The Bronx emcee also knows how to cater to the ladies with songs like “F*cking & K*ssing” and “Bad Girl”. And of course, his fellow Highbridge pal, Don, did what he does best and delivered fire verses on “Money Sprung” and “Somebody”.

Cardi B and A Boogie have definitely been holding it down for the Bronx. The “regular degular shmegular” girl made history last week with her No. 1 single “Bodak Yellow”. Imagine if these two make a track together? Anyway, listen to A Boogie Wit da Hoodie’s debut album The Bigger Artist available everywhere: Tidal, Apple Music, iTunes, and Spotify.



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