If you weren't already familiar with Boogie through his excellent 2014 mixtape, Thirst 48, "Oh My" surely caught your attention. The Jahlil Beats-produced record could do this summer like Bobby Shmurda's "Hot Nigga" did last. Not only that, Boogie is releasing his new tape, The Reach, on June 24th-- both his son's birthday, and the one-year anniversary of his last tape.
While Boogie does a beautiful job of making you want to punch a wall with "Oh My," there are many more dimensions to his style, as you'll see on his new record, "Make Me Over". With D'anna Stewart on the hook, the west coast emcee raps with the emotional urgency that made him so appealing on Thirst 48, as he adjusts the intensity of his flow with each dynamic shift in the instrumental. Look out for The Reach, premiering on HNHH next week.
Check out the tracklist for the project here.
That's my 5-year-old kid
He still got crayons in his cupboard
How am I supposed to tell him I got shot over a color?
That don't make sense
And sense ain't too common is it?
We try to blame them
They ain't really the problem, is it?
Y'all got it twisted