Boogie and Eminem are plotting their next move.
Boogie's Everything's For Sale was a stellar look for the Compton rapper, who kicked off a 2019 Shady Records renaissance of sorts. While the album was well-received across the board, many were quick to gravitate to "Rainy Days," the first collaboration between Em and his new signee. Many praised the melancholic banger, while others seemed to harbor an arguably unhealthy fixation of Em's nod to bestiality. Such is the destiny of a new Em feature, to be dissected with a near-comical level of scrutiny.
Regardless, Em and Boogie have officially decided to move forward with "Rainy Days" as the album's fourth single, following "Self Destruction," "Silent Ride," and the J.I.D. assisted "SoHo." Taking to Twitter, Boogie revealed that the clip will be dropping tomorrow, sharing a brief glimpse at the upcoming visuals. As you might have guessed, rain appears to play a pivotal role in setting the mood. Otherwise, greater details remain scarce.
Check out the teaser now, and keep an eye out for that "Rainy Days" video set to drop tomorrow. You still bumping Everything's For Sale?