Hear A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s New Song ‘Say A”

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Hear A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s New Song 'Say A''
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A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is in full-on album promotion mode, with the Queens rapper today (Sept. 22) dropping f a new release f his forthcoming debut album, The Bigger Artist.

The rapper’s new track, “Say A’,” features his now-signature melodic flow over a beat crafted by his go-to producer Ness, with the song showcasing A Boogie’s ability to both deliver a feel-good anthem and reflect on a slew serious topics, such as life in the street and dealing with the police, all while enjoying his ever-increasing success and what the next chapter in his life has to fer.

From earning a slot in the 2017 XXL Freshman class to adding two platinum plaques to his collection for “Drowning” featuring Kodak Black and “My Shit,” the 21-year-old has been having an incredible year so far, with his new album sure to be a cherry on top.

His ficial debut LP, which will see a release Highbridge The Label and Atlantic Records next week (Sept. 29), will include appearances from Chris Brown, Trey Songz, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, 2016 XXL Freshman 21 Savage and 2017 Freshman PnB Rock.

Earlier this week, A Boogie announced a 32-date tour to promote his new album, hitting over a dozen cities across the states before going abroad, with pitstops scheduled in Spain, Germany, France, the Netherlands and London.

Check out A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s new track “Say A’” below and be sure to pre-order the album iTunes. See his tour dates below as well.

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s The Bigger Artist Tracklist

1. “No Promises”
2. “Undefeated”
3. “Drowning” Feat. Kodak Black
4. “Say A’”
5. “No Comparison”
6. “Unhappy”
7. “Let’s Start Over”
8. “Get to You”
9. “Somebody”
10. “Money Sprung” Feat. Don Q
11. “If I Gotta Go”
12. “F*ckig & Kissing” Feat. Chris Brown
13. “Bad Girl” Feat. Trey Songz
14. “Stalking You”
15. “Beast Mode” Feat. PnB Rock & YoungBoy Never Broke Again

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie The Bigger Artist Tour Dates

Sept. 24 – Washington, D.C. – Echostage
Sept. 28 – Grand Rapids, Mich. – Intersection
Sept. 29 – Chicago, Ill. – UIC Pavilion
Oct. 6 – Calgary, Canada – Flames Central
Oct. 7 – Edmonton, Canada – Union Hall
Oct. 15 – Montclair, N.J. – The Wellmont Theater
Oct. 19 – Santa Ana, Calif. – Observatory
Oct. 2 – Los Angeles, Calif. – Novo
Oct. 23 – Las Vegas, Nev. – Brooklyn Bowl
Oct. 26 – San Diego, Calif. – Observatory North Park
Oct. 28 – Salt Lake City, Utah – Complex
Oct. 29 – Denver, Col. – Ogden Theatre
Oct. 31 – Dallas, Texas – South Side Music Hall
Nov. 2 – Kansas City, Mo. – The Truman
Nov. 4 – Royal Oak, Mich. – Royal Oak Music Hall
Nov. 5 – Cleveland, Ohio – Agora Ballroom
Nov. 8 – New Haven, Conn. – College Street Music Hall
Nov. 9 – New York, N.Y. – Terminal 5
Nov. 1 – Philadelphia, Pa. – Electric Factory
Nov. 11 – Richmond, Va. – The National
Nov. 12 – Worcester, Mass. – The Palladium
Nov. 16 – Norfolk, Va. – The NorVa
Nov. 28 – Toronto, Canada – Rebel
Dec. 6 – Barcelona, Spain – Otto Zutz
Dec. 7 – Guadarrama, Spain – Blackhaus
Dec. 8 – Wiesbaden, Germany – Europalace
Dec. 9 – Amsterdam, Netherlands – Encore
Dec. 11 – Berlin, Germany – Yaam
Dec. 12 – Munich, Germany – Feierwerk
Dec. 13 – Paris, France – La Maroquinerie
Dec. 14 – Cologne, Germany – Club Bahnh Ehrenfeld
Dec. 17 – London, United Kingdom – Electric Brixton