A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Releases Debut Album 'The Bigger Artist'

1.            No Promises  [Prod. By Cardo]
2.            Undefeated (ft. 21 Savage) [prod. By Murda Beatind]
3.            Drowning (ft. Kodak Black) [prod. By Jahaan Sweet & Quasi]
4.            Say A' [prod. By Ness & Nick Seeley]
5.            No Comparison [prod. By MetroBoomin]
6.            Unhappy [prod. By Scott Storch]
7.            Let's Start Over [prod. By Jamz]
8.            Get to You [prod. By MetroBoomin]
9.            Somebody (ft. Don Q) [prod. By DJ Mustard]
10.          Money Sprung (ft. Don Q) [prod. By Jamz]
11.          If I gotta Go [prod. By Jamz]
12.          Fucking & Kissing (ft. Chris Brown) [prod. By Young Troy]
13.          Bad Girl (ft. Trey Songz & Robin Thicke) [prod. By Myster Whyte & Tracksterz]
14.          Stalking You [prod. By Tracksterz & Dudley Exantus ]
15.          BeastMode (ft. PnB Rock & Youngboy Never Broke Again) [prod. By Young Troy]
In less than two years, the multi-platinum Bronx native, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has become an imposing force in hip-hop, proclaimed  the "most promising young rapper the city has produced in some time" by the New York Times. Today, he releases his debut album The Bigger Artist via High Bridge The Label / Atlantic Records
Forbes said that "A Boogie is 'no one hit wonder,'" and at the age of 21, having three Billboard Hot 100 singles proves them right. After he broke the ice with "Timeless" off of his TBA EP, "My Sh*t" became RIAA Certified Platinum and his smash hit "Drowningfeat. Kodak Black spent 21 weeks on the chart, as well as being RIAA Certified Platinum and streamed over 300 million times. The XXL Freshman's debut features a high profile cast of featured artists including Chris Brown21 SavageTrey SongsPnB RockYoungBoy Never Broke Again and fellow High Bridge The Label rapper Don Q. Production duties were executed by an eclectic group; Metro BoominScott StorchDJ MustardMurda Beats, Cardo and more. 
On September 20th, A Boogie teamed up with the Garden of Dreams Foundation and WHEDco (Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation) to give back to his hometown, the Highbridge neighborhood of the Bronx. For the event, which was covered by NEWS12COMPLEXREVOLT and Mass Appeal, A Boogie gave kids in need from his community school supplies while hanging out, taking pictures and signing autographs. See a recap of the event here and NEWS12's coverage here.
Earlier this week, the 21-year-old rapper celebrated THE BIGGER ARTIST with a special listening party for press, radio DJs & tastemakers. Yesterday, the 21-year-old rapper hopped on a double decker bus to take over NYC with a series of pop-up performances.
There's no doubt that Artist Dubose was born to live up to his name. From being called "a key part of the revitalization of New York rap" by Forbes, to playing Jay-Z's Made in America Festival, to being brought out by Drake at his sold out Madison Square Garden appearance, the 21-year old with an affinity for euphony is on the brink of superstardom. Don't miss out on his full US Tour (full dates below).
 PHOTO CREDIT: Kenneth Cappello
10/19 Santa Ana, CA @ Observatory
10/20 Los Angeles, CA @ Novo
10/23 Las Vegas, NV @ Brooklyn Bowl
10/26 San Diego, CA @ Observatory North Park
10/28 Salt Lake City, UT @ Complex
10/29 Denver, CO @ Ogden Theater
10/31 Dallas, TX @ South Side Music Hall
11/02 Kansas City, MO @ The Truman
11/03 Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
11/04 Royal Oak, MI @ Royal Oak Music Hall
11/05 Cleveland, OH @ Agora Ballroom
11/08 New Haven, CT @ College Street Music Hall
11/09 New York, NY @ Terminal 5
11/10 Philadelphia, PA @ Electric Factory
11/11 Richmond, VA @ The National
11/12 Worcester, MA @ The Palladium
11/16 Norfolk, VA @ The NorVa

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