Kawhi Leonard revealed back in May that he and longtime friend Mikey Williams were developing a music project titled Culture Jam. In addition to the overall shock of seeing the NBA champion step outside of his usual quiet demeanor, fans also got a preview of what to expect via “Everything Different,” a wavy, melodic cut that features YoungBoy Never Broke Again and Rod Wave. Shortly after that, another taste arrived as Gunna and Polo G made “Waves” on the next single.
Today (Oct. 20), A Boogie wit Da Hoodie is joined by Capella Grey for the latest single from Culture Jam. On the track, the two New York natives match each other’s energy perfectly:
Two-fifty on the dash, so they probably miss me (huh) how can you catch up to me, you in a six-speed? (Huh) Trust me you ain’t gotta worry ‘bout no taxi, look, wide body, Hellcat with the red key, yeah, fuck the Honda Civic, baby, get the Bentley, yeah
Before we ever fucked, used to call you my bestie would you rather Fashion Nova or Givenchy? It’s okay, you’ll be okay/ She know it ain’t no talkin’, no, she want ‘em, I got ‘em/ My baby don’t want for nothin’, even though I got money, she grindin’
Since its initial drop at the top of 2021, his hit single “Gyalis” spread like absolute wildfire and made the Bronx proud. So far, artists like A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Fivio Foreign, Kranium, West London’s Angel, WSTRN’s Haile, and Roy Woods all hopped on the viral beat and gave it their own twist. Earlier this month, he unveiled the official remix for the song and tapped in with music giants Chris Brown and Popcaan to hop on the hit record.
In terms of other A Boogie collabs, he hopped on the official “Track Star” remix alongside Mooski himself, Chris Brown, and Yung Bleu earlier this year. 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.
Be sure to press play on A Boogie and Capella Grey’s new music video “Bestie” down below.