It’s the second of two singles he released on December 14th, 2017.
Compton rapper, Boogie, surprised fans in December by releasing two killer jams on the same day. After dropping his third album, Thirst 48 Part II, in 2016, Boogie spent most of this last year silent, that is until December 14th when he uploaded “Violence,” (featuring Masego) and “Came Up.”
The latter, “Came Up,” details a classic rap coming-of-age through poverty story. Backed by an industrial sounding instrumental, Boogie spits about keeping his clothes stuffed in a trash bag, waiting for his girlfriend to get her taxes back, and eating egg sandwiches. It’s a lyrically impressive tune with a catchy chorus and a likeable main character.
His two singles released last month might poise Boogie into becoming Compton’s next breakout star for 2018. He’s already proved himself with his technical raps, and now he’s showing he can drop the fire singles as well. Check out both tracks below.