The momentum is building for Boogie’s Shady Records debut album and the West Coast emcee keeps things rolling with a freestyle in London titled “Fade.”
Boogie’s album on Shady Records is coming close to a release but the Cali emcee decides to drop off a slow burner of a joint in “Deja Vu.”
Shady Records newest signee keeps the momentum going after blessing Royce 5’9″ with the heat on “Dumb” with the eccentric video for “Self Destruction.” There’s a lot going on but nobody can question whether or not Boogie has skills.
Royce 5’9″ keeps the heat coming before Book Of Ryan drops next month. The Detroit emcee scoops up the services of Shady’s newest signee Boogie for “Dumb” and these two emcees go completely bananas over production from S1 and Epikh Pro. May 4th can’t come soon enough.
Boogie continues his onslaught with the backing of Shady Records as he looks back on the tough times and focuses on the future with “Came Up.”
Although all eyes are on Eminem at the present moment, Shady Records newest signee Boogie drops his second song on his new label with the Masego assisted “Violence.”
Shady Records newest signee, Boogie, slides through and drops some bars over Lil Pump’s “Gucci Gang” instrumental with the L.A. Leakers.
Cali spitter and Shady Records’ Boogie is joined by Griselda Gang’s squad of Conway, Benny and Westside Gunn to go off at the BET Hip Hop Awards cypher.
Add Boogie to the swelling list of emcees who are vocalizing their concern regarding police brutality in the United States. The product of California drops “Hypocrite” and explains his concern with not doing his part to help end this lingering issue.
The Game doesn’t know how to stop making music. For “Roped Off” he collabs with Problem and Boogie to let the opposition know that it’s never a problem representing Compton.