There was a new song released by A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie earlier today (May 12), titled MVP, which features the talented musician G-Eazy. In conjunction with the current broadcast of “NBA on ESPN,” the song is available for download. Developed as a collaboration between GoodJobLarry and MD$, the track uses basketball references to provide a visual representation of the collaboration’s over-the-top lifestyles while boasting about them in the same breath.
There was a time not too long ago when A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie released his fourth studio album, Me vs. Myself, which housed 22 tracks and was assisted by the likes of Kodak Black, Roddy Ricch, H.E.R., Lil Durk, and more. During the first week following the release of the album, the Highbridge talent’s album ranked No. 6 among the album-equivalent units sold during that period, which makes it his fourth consecutive single to peak in the top ten of the Billboard 200. Within days of its arrival, Me vs. Myself was upgraded to a deluxe version, which included a bittersweet track called PnB’s Rock-assisted rendition of “I Need That.”
Over the years, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie has maintained his position on the radar through loose releases like “Secrets (Remix)” by Mariah the Scientist and “No 808s” by Vory. Furthermore, he can be heard on dope cuts such as Tiësto “Chill (LA Hills),” DJ Drama “HO4ME,” Desiigner “PMR,” Tay B “Ask,” and Swizz Beatz “Say Less.”