A Boogie and Don Q Join Young Scooter for “Diamonds” Video
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has become one of the most in-demand features at the moment. His running mate Don Q is quickly attaining such status as well. The New York rhymers connected with Atlanta's Young Scooter for a cut called "Diamonds." The three rappers return to the record to provide it with some appropriate visuals. Each man shows off their flashy jewelry while kicking a boastful verse.
"Call me A Boogie, don't call me lucky/I'm paid in full, you ain't got no money/My diamonds shine bright like it's always sunny/My diamonds come right outta Elliante/That Patek Philippe, that's 100 on me/If you reach, I teach, I go Curry on 'em/If the beat for me, I go dummy on it/If she cheat on me, I'ma fuck her mother/But if you eat the cheese, you an undercover," A Boogie raps on the closing verse.
A Boogie has more big collaborations on the way, including a project with producer extraordinaire Zaytoven. Last month, the rising star shared a few details about the upcoming mixtape.
“It’s in the making,” A Boogie said of his work with Zaytoven. “I got a couple of features. Got one with [Lil] Bibby coming out. The mixtape will be called Artoven. I’m taking my name, Artist, and I’m taking Zaytoven and putting it together.”
A Boogie and Drake collaboration has also been discussed for months, so don't be shocked if that arrives in the near future. The two might link up for Drake's much anticipated More Life playlist or the aforementioned Artoven project.
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