/  05.05.2021

Right in his lane, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie gets into his bag with his latest remix. The High Bridge artist is the latest to deliver his take on the viral “Track Star” hit by Mooski. On the track, he matches the vibe of the original all while giving it his signature twist:

Don’t wanna commit, why take it this far, she gon’ do the race, just not this one/ Love is a game, you used to cheer for when I was down to talk, you weren’t here for it/ You-ou-ou-ou-ou

Leave a trail of heartbreak and heartache like it’s cool, I guess way too late is convenient for you/ The dirt you left don’t turn into dust, it don’t move/ It’s here waiting for you, baby, stop frontin’, grab on your waist, that’s gon’ make you stop runnin’/

A Boogie’s third studio album Artist 2.0 was released on Valentine’s Day last year and boasted collaborations alongside Young Thug, Roddy Ricch, Gunna, Summer Walker, DaBaby, Khalid, and more. That project peaked at number two on the Billboard 200 with 120,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. A deluxe version with nine additional cuts surfaced in June.

Since its debut in February, Mooski’s “Track Star” song has taken on a life of its own. The catchy hit has racked up millions of streams, inspired some hilarious memes, and even got covered by singers like Jacquees and Trey Songz. With the spotlight on him, Mooski officially drops off the official visual in perfect timing. The video as already surpassed a million views in under 24 hours since its release, and features Coi Leray playing his love interest and also sees a cameo from Nija.

Be sure to press play on A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s official remix of Mooski’s “Track Star” down below.


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