Just last week, A Boogie shared his B4 AVA project, which is a seven-track body of work with a sole feature from Lil Durk. To keep the momentum going, he releases the official lyric video for “Be Free.” In the new visual, an animated A Boogie is seen trekking through a mystical forest as he raps about making things right:
I wasn’t a trick but I showed you all of my tricks, I know you was lit, I would pull up in a seven and you would pull up in a six/ Big money shit, heard you grew up in the Hills I grew up on a Bridge/ Grew up in the mix, feelin’ uncomfortable still, I can’t еven talk to my friends about how it’s been
Montana got caught sellin’ crills, it hurt to tеll him how it feels to touch all these Ms/ Do what you want ’cause you still thinkin’ ’bout me/ Even though you been fuckin’ with him’
The “Be Free” song was allegedly inspired by the breakup between A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and Ella Bands where he wrote an open letter on his Instagram story
“As much and I don’t wanna admit it, I don’t deserve you @slaybyella_,” he wrote.” You have a beautiful long life ahead of you and I don’t wanna be the reason you’re not happy. Be free. Go be who you truly want to be.”
Also recently, A Boogie shared his take on the viral hits like Capella Grey’s “Gyalis” and Mooski’s “Track Star.” He then doubled back by hopping on the official remix alongside Mooski himself, Chris Brown, and Yung Bleu. 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’s brand new “Be Free” official lyric video down below.
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