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Boogie “Skydive” Video

Boogie is back with a brand new video for “Skydive,” a track heard on his most recent project ‘Everything’s for Sale.’ Peep it above to watch the story unfold and make sure you pick up the album if you’ve been sleeping. Enjoy!

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Boogie feat. Eminem “Rainy Days” Video

Compton’s very own Boogie has returned with the official video for his Eminem assisted track “Rainy Days.” This track was taken from his debut album ‘Everything’s for Sale.’ The visual, directed by James Larese shows them getting rained on in a room covered in graffiti. Peep it above and enjoy!

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How to Roll a Backwoods with Boogie

The first thing he says in the latest episode of “How To Roll” has to do with the pricing and quality of NY weed. “I would call this expensive, New York OG. Cause all y’all shit costs too much.” Boogie is a fiend for his daily dose of weed, sending his friends out while he’s hard at work in the studio to cop whatever is available. Peep it above.

Fresh off the new album, Boogie has announced he’s heading on tour this April to further the push. He will be heading out in April from coast to coast including Chicago to Montreal back down to Texas, Arizona and California. Check out all the dates after the jump and make sure you grab that new album. Read more…

Compton rapper Boogie signed to Eminem’s Shady Records in 2017, and today he dropped his debut album, ‘Everything’s For Sale.’ On the album’s eighth track, “Rainy Days,” Boogie links up with his label boss for their first collaboration. The song finds Eminem reflecting on his legacy and the thought process leading up to the creation of 2018’s ‘Kamikaze.’

Just before Boogie released his album he stopped by Real 92.3 to talk about signing with Eminem, his new album, being in competition with everyone and more. Peep it above, make sure you pick up his album and enjoy! Yee!

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Boogie feat. J.I.D “Soho” Video

Boogie is continuing the push for his new album ‘Everything’s for Sale’ with a brand new visual for “Soho” featuring Dreamville’s J.I.D. The visual, directed by both Gina Gammell and Riley Keough shows the duo artists at a photoshoot in different appearances. Peep it above and let us know what you think.

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