Get out your hoodies because it’s Hoodie SZN! Will Blake es un joven DJ y productor musical Barcelonés, de descendencia Francesa. En sus sesiones el Soul, el Funk, los ritmos pesados y las melodías caribeñas, conviven en armonía con el R&B y el Hip Hop. Desde su llegada a Barcelona hace 2 años, ha actuado en clubs como Apolo, Moog, Shoko, Pacha, su actual residencia en Trill y Fuego (Razzmatazz) y su paso por el festival Sònar 2015. Como productor ha colaborado con artistas nacionales e internacionales, sus producciones cuentan con millones de visualizaciones en Youtube.
His music began with a single ‘Temporary’ which he dropped on Soundcloud. He was just nineteen at the time of its release. The song lacked good rhythm and flow which is usually required for a good hip-hop number. Myster Whyte, who he met in Florida and the producer of the song, hired a trainer and asked A Boogie to work with his trainer until he gets his techniques right. The training sessions helped him a lot and he incorporated all that he learned into his raps.
His dancing had him gliding through the stage, a move that mirrored that of 2016 Fall Fest headliner Travis Scott. He didn’t invite audience members to jump off the stage like Scott did but that didn’t stop students from crowd surfing.
BOOGIE: Yeah, at the studio working on my album. It’s crazy right now. I’m making different type of shit. I’m making the type of music that fans really want to hear, and I mix it in with what everyone wants to hear. I don’t have to just target one fan base. I just try to capture everybody at once.
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has returned with his latest single Mood Swings,” via Highbridge the Label and Atlantic Records. The song is the first single from his forthcoming album, Artist 2.0.
Poise is the name of the game with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s live shows. The musician strolls around the entire stage as he raps, affecting relaxed body language that amplifies his laser-guided, focused flow. His moniker comes from the Ace Boogie character in the film ‘Paid in Full’ and of course, from his penchant for hoodies. Whether playing small clubs or large gigs — he’s landed slots at the Reading & Leeds Festival, opened for Drake at Madison Square Garden in 2016, and headlined the 2019 Monster Energy Outbreak Tour — he gets as close to the audience as possible, creating a dynamic connection that elevates performances.
I came up with the nickname Jungle, which refers to Highbridge, my neighborhood in the Bronx. One day I was thinking like this is dead ass the jungle. There was mad shit going on when I was making the song.
The rapper, born Artist Dubose, will be at Shoe Palace at The Parks Mall of Arlington on Thursday, Aug. 30, from 6 p.m. to 8. The mall is located at 3811 S. Cooper St. in Arlington; Shoe Palace is on the second level, close to JCPenney.
With traffic in the area, the rapper will be cutting it close. His concert is scheduled to begin at 9 at Canton Hall , 2727 Canton St., Deep Ellum in Dallas. Tickets are $36.50. Doors open at 8.
By 2017, A Boogie had featured in the top ten of XXL’s annual hip hop freshman list and released his first studio album, “The Bigger Artist”, featuring a host of guest appearances from Trey Songz, Chris Brown, 21 Savage , PnB Rock and YoungBoy Never Broke Again. The lead single from the project, entitled “Drowning”, featured Florida rapper Kodak Black. A Boogie has also appeared on other artists’ projects himself, most notably the singles “Keke” and “Waka” by fellow New York rapper 6ix9ine. His follow up studio effort, “Hoodie SZN”, came out in late 2018 and reached Number One in the charts in January 2019. Juice WRLD, 6ix9ine, Offset and more all feature on the record. For a night of the freshest hip hop and most likely a number of surprises from collaborators along the way, grab A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie tickets on StubHub today.
On September 13, 2019, Dubose dropped his first single of 2019 and off his upcoming album Artist 2.0, ‘Mood Swings’, it debuted 76 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Bronx rapper, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, makes his return for a limited number of shows as he rounds up a year of second album, Hoodie SZN. The crowd’s energy died down a bit by the time A Boogie played Just Like Me,” but the stage’s vibrant backdrop kept Alumni ignited in color.
Just a few years after edging into Atlanta’s hip-hop underground, Playboi Carti’s first album debuted at No. 12 on the Billboard 200. Since then his chart-busting singles like Magnolia” and wokeuplikethis” have embodied his deeply experimental but hook-heavy sound. His next album Die Lit” debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and amassed more than 82 million streams in its first week. Pitchfork praised it as a 57-minute sugar high that’s even wilder, more disorienting and infectious than its predecessor.” His much anticipated Whole Lotta Red” is due out in the next month.
We all know A-Boogie Wit Da Hoodie —and if you don’t, it’s time for you to tune in. Pervading the New York City scene in what felt like one foul swoop, he has quickly become one of the most striking young artists in the hip-hop scene, enchanting the masses with his versatility and storytelling expertise.
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, whose gold-certified second album, Hoodie SZN, was streamed more than 83 million times in the first week of its release, will headline Rider’s annual fall concert on Sept. 20.
Toward the end of his set, the rapper asked audience members to throw up their hands and turn on their phone flashlights for his track Jungle,” which resulted in a sea of lights. He then thanked the audience for helping him earn a No. 1 record on the Billboard 200 with Hoodie Szn,” as its album cover repeatedly flashed on the stage’s screen.
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, born Julius Dubose, is an American rapper who sometimes goes by the shortened version of his stage name, “A Boogie.” His original brand of funky trap rap quickly became a favorite in the rap community after he released his first mixtape called Artist, which contained his breakout single, “Oh Sht.” Without ever releasing an EP, A Boogie was on Forbes list of up-and-coming rappers in 2016. By 2018, he would see his name in the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200.
His No 1 was mostly powered by streams, with his album Hoodie Szn streamed 83m times across different platforms. With no release for the album on CD or vinyl, the 823 people purchasing it in the week ending 10 January bought digital downloads.
But he is definitely kicking ass in the music industry. In just a short while, tracks from Artist: The Mixtape” have launched A Boogie’s career, and this week he climbed to the very top of the Pandora Trendsetter chart , which ranks up-and-coming artists with the highest number of station adds each week.
A Boogie was clearly destined for stardom as his dad called him Artist, a very fitting name for someone with so much talent. His tune ‘Beast Mode’ pleased the crowd, but not as much as the news of his upcoming album, which was met with cheers and screams.
Billboard and Nielsen credit Hoodie SZN” with the equivalent of 58,000 sales in the United States last week, a number that incorporates streams and downloads of individual tracks, as well as sales of the full album. But the vast majority of that composite number is from streaming — so much so that the sales number represents a new low on the chart.
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Nas and Dave East look back on their roots in the outer boroughs of New York and reflect on the freedom and power music has brought them. Yes, the Jungle” A Boogie is referring to is a metaphor for his neighborhood in the Bronx, Highbridge.
Listen to A Boogie Wit da Hoodie now. Listen to A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s new track Mood Swings” below. How many albums do you need to sell to reach No. 1 on Billboard’s chart? This week, the number is 823 — along with 83 million streams, that is.
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But those in the red and blue section pits stayed cozily pressed against the barricades. They cheered through the remainder of the rapper’s set, which included deep tracks like Exotic” and newer cuts Put a Date on It.” Lil Baby kept chugging through his massive setlist, in which he played half of every song, in an effort to reenergize the crowd, which just heard the rapper’s premier track.
The 21-year-old, Bronx, New York rapper, whose real name is Artist Dubose was born to create. My dad named me Artist. His whole life’s passion is art,” A Boogie says.