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Shady Records very own Boogie linked up with Sway to talk about his upcoming album and a whole lot more. On top of that he spits Over Kendrick Lamar’s “Sing About Me” to close it out properly. Check it out above and keep it locked in for the album on the way on the 25th. Enjoy!

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Boogie “Silent Ride” Video

Boogie is in full takeover mode after announcing his ‘Everything’s for Sale’ album. First he followed it up with a single and now you get the visual too for “Silent Ride.” The video is a little confusing, but you do get a story and with some kind of rewind involved? Forget what I think, peep it above and let us know what you think is happening in the comments. Enjoy!

Compton’s very own Boogie has officially announced that his debut album ‘Everything’s for Sale’ will drop in just a few weeks on January 25th. This will be his first release since signing to Eminem’s label in 2017 and, of course, since his ‘Thirst 48 Part II’ project which released back in 2016. Check out the post after the jump and mark your calendars. Read more…

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Hella Juiced: Boogie

2018 is the year of melodic rap, but it’s also the year hip-hop lovers crave those raw and uncut, hard-hitting bars and flows that the world’s most popular genre was founded on. For Boogie, he masters and delivers both. Hailing from Los Angeles, the Compton native stepped into the mainstream light with his 2015 single, Oh My,” only to outshine himself a year later with “N*gga Needs.” Read more…

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Boogie “Fade Freestyle” Video

Compton’s very own Boogie is back for the “Fade Freestyle” with accompanying video. The visual finds Boogie rolling around London in the back of a taxi. West Coast goes global. Peep it above and enjoy!

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Boogie “Deja Vu”

Boogie has been releasing content throughout the year and today he’s back with a new single entitled “Deja Vu.” The album is on the way, so listen in below and enjoy!

Compton rapper Boogie dropped his single “Self Destruction” in May as the first taste of his upcoming debut album. In 2016, after gaining buzz off his first three mixtapes, he caught Eminem’s attention and later signed to Shady Records in October 2017. Eminem says he values Boogie, the first West Coast rapper on Shady’s roster, for his “unique voice and point of view.”

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