A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is back with his third studio album, Artist 2.0 (2020), and he's proving he's not your average New York emcee. When the 24-year-old's sophomore LP, Hoodie SZN (2018), peaked at number one on Billboard 200, critics, fans, and record execs alike thought that the album landed at the top spot was a farce. However, since arriving on the scene in 2016, he's fostered one of the most diverse cult-like fanbases in all of music. Now, establishing a level of full-length project consistency, A Boogie is one of the most talented young artists of this current generation of new hip-hop artists.
Artist 2.0 instantaneously begins with a song for his female fanbase with "Thug Love" while he gets into his modern rock bag on songs like "Me & My Guitar" and "Might Not Give Up." Heavy bass lines and guitar riffs can be found throughout the project while Tupac's "I Ain't Mad at Cha" is referenced for the sample on "Right Back." The Bronx emcee gets into his storytelling bag on tracks like "Streets Don't Love You," Artistically, A Boogie experiments with his vocals delivering a lot of his lyrics singing rather than traditional rapping. Themes of street love, success, and his troubling upbringing influence a lot of the project.
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie's Artist 2.0 is proof that he's going to become a genreless superstar musician if he continues to explore different musical elements and sounds. Check out Artist 2.0 in the streaming link below and let us know your thoughts on A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie's latest musical offering in the comment section.
- "Thug Love"
- "Cinderella Story"
- "Me and My Guitar"
- "Might Not Give Up" (Ft. Young Thug)
- "Numbers" (Ft. Gunna, London on da Track & Roddy Ricch)
- "Stain" (Ft. DaBaby)
- "Hit Em’ Up" (Ft. Trap Manny)
- "DTB 4 Life"
- "Calm Down (Bittersweet)" (Ft. Summer Walker)
- "Another Day Gone" (Ft. Khalid)
- "Good Girls Gone Bad"
- "Blood On My Denim"
- "Big Shit"
- "Right Back"
- "Luv Is Art" (Ft. Lil Uzi Vert)
- "King of My City"
- "Mood Swings"
- "Reply" (Ft. Lil Uzi Vert)
- "Streets Don't Love You"