Boogie's latest, Thirst 48 Part II, is a commercial mixtape, but let's just call it an album. Like last year's The Reach and the original Thirst 48, released in 2014, Thirst 48 Part II is a far-reaching project of great conceptual depth. While looking deeper and more insightfully into the idea of the pervading "thirst" that permeates rap culture, Boogie also intends to use his new project as a means to show and prove that he's one of the best in the West right now. He does this most forcefully on "Fuck 'Em All," enlisting a legend from his hometown of CPT in DJ Quik as well as Sacramento's Mozzy, who's poised to be California's next great gangsta rapper. Boogie wouldn't define himself as such, though he plays the part on this track, conveying the idea that when one's hood takes away all of one's options, then the only thing left to say is "Fuck 'Em All." I'd venture to say that the production also comes from Quik. Either way, it sounds like classic material.
Download Thirst 48 Part II here.
Talkin' bout a weight, I been waitin' long as shit boy
Graveyard shifts for the days I'm tryna live for
N*ggas outta shape and this that shit that they ain't fit for
How I stay clean in this motherfuckin' shitstorm?!