In a recent fiery freestyle on Sway In The Morning, Shady Records signee Boogie cleverly stated, “alienated and spaced out I’m screaming like, ‘beam me up’/ I see the rap niggas, I see ‘em teamin’ up/ that’s why I be lyin’ about linkin’ up/ if you ain’t Reason or J.I.D don’t bring ‘em up.” The Compton-born rapper was basically saying that he didn’t work this hard to get in the game for counterfeit industry relationships. As a matter of fact, Boogie reiterates the same sentiment in a scorching track from his highly anticipated debut album, Everythings For Sale.
Titled after the South of Hollywood, which is only a half hour away from Boogie’s hometown, “Soho” clearly displays how he and his aforementioned Dreamville buddy are proud members of the anti-social social club. Just look at the chorus: “please no more meetings at soho, please no more thinking we bro bros.”
At first, I thought the name of the song stood for Soho, my favorite hotspot in NYC, because that really is where friends (and secret foes) link up for meetings...or window shopping. In any case, this clearly is a sign for you to cop my hoodie already (haha).
While you’re contemplating the purchase, check out Soho’s visual below: