A Boogie wit da Hoodie has been on a tear as of late. Ever since releasing his highly-acclaimed album The Bigger Artist last year, A Boogie went insane, dropping nearly ten new songs in the month of March. With each offering a different side of the rapper's personality, we have not seen him nearly as vulnerable as he sounds on Ebenezer's new single "When I Call Em." Releasing today, U.K. rapper Ebenezer teams up with New York sensation A Boogie on a hypnotizing cut where the pair sings in harmony.
Ebenezer and A Boogie sing to a girl here, making their intentions clear and hoping that the trust and loyalty are returned their way. What do you think of their latest offering?
Loyalty, loyalty, loyalty, loyalty, loyalty
When you come through I be taking your phone, 'cause I don't need no one recording me
You said that you wanted me all alone but you brought your friend and she all on me
Fuck it we all could just get in the zone, I could turn sex to a melody