A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie talks about love in his music, as well as family. February 14th is an important day for him - it's his birthday, his daughter's birthday, and today his latest album, Artist 2.0, comes out, which you can check out below.
To celebrate his album coming out, we've taken a look at what lessons about love we can learn from A Boogie, about both loving your partner and loving yourself.
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Reply (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
On Reply, both A Boogie and Lil Uzi Vert just want one thing - their significant others to reply. It's something important that we can all learn from. Communication is key in any relationship, and we all know the feeling of someone ignoring our messages.
The song also talks about changing for the better for someone, because A Boogie wants to make sure he's the best version of himself for his girl. He's going to be the shoulder she needs if she wants to cry. He's got her back - and he wants her to have his.
Still Think About You
On Still Think About You, A Boogie's 2016 hit, he pours his heart out. A girl's done him wrong, and he knows it's important to process it, rather than let himself stew. It's another important love lesson - if someone hurts you, it's important to let yourself feel it, rather than ignore the pain.
However, once you've felt the pain, it's important to make sure you get back on your feet and move on. A Boogie thought he had the one, and that she was going to be the one that stuck around - but it wasn't meant to be.
Look Back At It
Look Back At It is off A Boogie's huge album Hoodie SZN, and is an important reminder that love is meant to be fun. It's a playful ode to the girl he's seeing, and telling her how much she means to him, and how she makes him feel.
Throughout the song, as well as gassing her up, he's also explaining his life to her, which is something that we can all take away from the track. It's important to be as open as possible with your significant other, so they can get to know the real you.
She Love A
She Love A is a confession of sorts. A Boogie is into his girl, but at the same time, some of his behaviour has earned him a bit of a rep.
Despite this rep, on She Love A he's assuring his girl that what she's heard isn't true - he'll be there for her when she needs, as well as make her life magic.
All she needs to do is trust him, which is what love is really about - putting your faith and trust in your partner that they'll be your ride or die, no matter what.
Mood Swings is all about A Boogie falling in love with his best friend. She was there for him when it counted, but he didn't realise that she was the one for him - but who else has been there with him through thick and thin?
He's got his girl, and she's helping him live the life he wants. That's all you can really ask for - someone that'll support you and help you achieve goals together. Your partner should be lifting you up, not holding you down.