Boogie Songs

Beats 1 Freestyle
Beats 1 Freestyle
Boogie
VERY HOTTTTT
We've heard a few impressive 16s on Dr. Dre's Beats 1 Radio Show, but Boogie might have one of our favorites so far. The rapper stopped by to talk briefly with Xzibit, thanking for the support he's shown for "Oh My," before offering to get in the booth, confidently declaring "I rap for a living".At that point he goes in for a 2-minute verse, keeping peak energy throughout his personality-driven raps, and proving he's got a lot of potential, which he'll be sure to deliver on with his first Interscope release. 
City Of God
City Of God
Cozz Feat. Boogie
VERY HOTTTTT
If you didn't catch Cozz's wave when he dropped his Dreamville debut, Cozz & Effect, then now's the time. The rapper, who also appeared on the recent Revenge of the Dreamers 2 compilation, came through last night with his new mixtape Nothin Personal. The project is primarily produced by Cozz affiliate Meez, who helps tie a cohesive sound together. One of the stand-outs on the tape features an HNHH favorite, Boogie, "City of God."
Oh My (Remix)
Oh My (Remix)
Cassidy Feat. Chubby Jag
HOTTTTT
The #MayhemMix onslaught continues today with Cassidy & Chubby Jag teaming up once again for a new remix over Boogie’s “Oh My” instrumental.
First Evergreen
First Evergreen
Boogie
VERY HOTTTTT
We're now a day removed from the premiere of Boogie's highly anticipated second mixtape, The Reach.
Intervention (Prod. By Keyel & AC)
Intervention (Prod. By Keyel & AC)
Boogie
VERY HOTTTTT
"Intervention" off Boogie's fire tape The Reach calls upon Jill Scott's "I Think It's Better" for its sample; producers Keyel and AC chop up the song's jazzy/swirly electric piano and Jill's sultry crooning, throw in a subtle Nicky da B "Express Yourself" sample to get the track rolling on its way, and then turn the keys over to Boogie, who proceeds to take this track home spitting some passionate humble realness th
Make Me Over
Make Me Over
Boogie Feat. D'anna Stewart
VERY HOTTTTT
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.
Inside Out (DJ Quik Remix)
Inside Out (DJ Quik Remix)
Spoon Feat. Iamsu!, Kurupt & Boogie
VERY HOTTTTT
The first look at the roster on Spoon's "Inside Out" remix may first incite a "WTF" reaction, but once the confusion wears off, excitement arises. Spoon has always excelled in hooks and grooves, so we can't really think of a better person to remix them than West Coast funk-rap mastermind, DJ Quik. On top of that, Quik has assembled a perfect ensemble of talent from the region, tapping frequent collaborator and fellow OG, Kurupt (their Blaqkout album is a modern classic), the #1-in-assists Bay Area workman Iamsu!, and the could-blow-any-minute Boogie.
Oh My
Oh My
Boogie
VERY HOTTTTT
Boogie made a dent on the rap game with his debut mixtape, Thirst 48, which dropped last summer. The mixtape solidified Boogie as one to watch, and had us all vibing (read: smoking) to his relaxed, West Coast sound.
Further
Further
Boogie
EXCLUSIVE
Boogie is back. The West Coast native garnered himself some buzz last year, with the release of his exceptional debut mixtape Thirst 48. That was in the summer, and after letting us listen to it on repeat all winter, the rapper is finally ready to give fans new music.
Let Me Rap
Let Me Rap
Boogie
HOTTTTT
Today we premiered Long Beach, CA rapper Boogie's new mixtape, Thirst 48, and among many great tracks is "Let Me Rap." Beginning by saying "I love you women, but I hate you bitches," Boogie then unwinds by letting his troubles out over a groovy, smooth beat.
Highskoo Interlude
Highskoo Interlude
Boogie
HOTTTTT
The last we heard from Boogie was his team up with Aston Matthews, "Westside". As we await his upcoming project, Thirst 48, the California spitter has given us a new outtake to generate even more thirst for the full-length.
Westside
Westside
Boogie Feat. A$ton Matthews
EXCLUSIVE
We introduced you to Boogie with the video for "Do It Like We", a track that was decidedly west coast, without jumping on current Ratchet trends from the region. The aptly titled "Westside" finds him in similar territory, maintaining a hard delivery over an instrumental that offers a more ethereal take on California's sound.
Do It Like We
Do It Like We
Boogie
EXCLUSIVE
Boogie is probably not a name you're too familiar with yet, if you are familiar with him at all. The single dad, who was born in Compton but later moved to Long Beach, CA, started rapping approximately four years. We first came across him with the track "Bitter Raps" which has his laid-back flow listing off all the things he hate which you can probably relate too ("I hate how every LA rapper try to make a song like YG...").