The rappers are bringing Chicago and New York together on new material.
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Lil Bibby have new music on the way. Lil Bibby has shared a preview of a new song on his Instagram account called "Run It Up," as well as teasing that there may be a "few" more coming. The clip shows the two rappers, who have both covered XXL's Freshman list (Bibby in 2014 and A Boogie in 2017), in the studio writing and recording.
As evidenced by the tag in the song's opening, Chicago beatmaker Young Chop produced the record.
The Bigger Artist, which made an impressive top 5 debut on the Billboard 200, outselling Miley Cyrus' Younger Now.
Two weeks back, it was reported that A Boogie and his crew had jumped Lil B at Rolling Loud festival. Lil B forgave A Boogie on stage and on Twitter, and eventually, the two put aside their differences over the phone. The root of the issue was never confirmed, but fans have speculated that the problems began with a tweet from Lil B, when he said that he was doing more for New York rap than it's current crop of stars.
"s.o the west coast for the communication. Not too many people got it in them to forgive that easy, as a man I gotta respect that," wrote A Boogie after reportedly getting on the phone with the Based God. Meanwhile, Lil B tweeted, "shouts out to a boogie kilo Kurt/ Lil kilo Thizz entertainment don of Bay Area put us on phone together east coast west we united - Lil B."