A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is in full album mode. The Bronx-bred rapper launched his melodic loyalty anthem “B.R.O. (Higher Trip Out)” that includes Roddy Ricch on Friday (October 7), three days after teasing it with an Instagram video capturing him within the studio along with his frequent collaborator.
A Boogie’s fourth studio album, Me Vs. Myself, is about for a November 4 launch, however on “B.R.O.,” he reminds himself that he’s not alone. “I ain’t received no buddies, all my n****s’ blood to me,” A Boogie makes clear within the intro earlier than doubling down on the sentiment within the refrain: “Deal with my entire gang similar to blood brothers / If I name you my brother then we gon’ trip.” Roddy reciprocates the sensation on his verse, “The initiatives at all times showin’ love for me / At any time when I’m in New York, me and Boogie like cousins.”
A Boogie’s bond with Roddy extends properly past the context of this monitor. The Atlantic Data labelmates beforehand collaborated on “Tip Toe,” a monitor on Roddy’s acclaimed 2019 debut studio album Please Excuse Me For Being Antisocial, and “Numbers” for A Boogie’s February 2020 launch Artist 2.0.
A Boogie stayed largely silent in 2021, releasing the 7-track challenge B4 AVA final December. In April of this 12 months, he dropped “Playa” that includes H.E.R., after which featured on Rowdy Insurgent’s “New York” in July adopted by the collaborative “Me, Myself & I” with G Herbo final month.
Me Vs. Myself is out 11/4 by way of Atlantic Data. Pre-save it here.
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