A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is someone that knows how to carry a track on his own, but he's arguably at his best when he's got someone else to take him to the next level. Time and time again, he's either linking up with fellow hip-hop superstars to trade bars, or jumping on a track to give it an extra layer. Ahead of his latest project, Artist 2.0 (which might be his final release for a little while) here's some of A Boogie's best songs with others, as well as his most fire feature verses.
Reply (feat. Lil Uzi Vert)
A Boogie has just dropped Reply, and it sees him teaming up with superstar Lil Uzi Vert for an ode to the women in their lives, as well as seemingly one-sided relationships they are involved in.
It's set to appear on the new project from A Boogie, Artist 2.0, and if this track is setting the standard of what's to come, then his new project might just be his best yet.
Drowning (feat. Kodak Black)
Appearing on his debut album, The Bigger Artist, both A Boogie and Kodak Black refuse to give up on Drowning. No matter what obstacles life throws their way, they're going to rise above it.
Drowning showcases the pair at their introspective best, and proves that while both of them know how to get the party going, when they want to get serious, they can.
Paulo Londra - Party (feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)
Argentinian rap superstar Paulo Londra and A Boogie are both big fans of each other, and when they teamed up on Party, you could tell that it inspired the pair to bring their A-game. The mambo-infused beat is infectious, as is the music video, which shows the pair having one hell of a time at a house party.
Speaking about the collaboration, Paulo said, “To have A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie on board makes me very happy. He gives the track an incredible touch and flow". Boogie added, “I was mad excited when I got the call from Paulo Londra. I’ve been a big fan for a minute and I’m glad to be a part of this song." It's the first time the pair have linked up, but given their chemistry on Party, we're hoping it's not the last.
Nonchalant (feat. Alkaline)
A Boogie turns to sounds outside of the Bronx on International Artist, showcased with this collaboration with dancehall DJ Alkaline on Nonchalant. The pair embrace each other's sounds with ease, and in many senses, it forms part of an album integral to A Boogie's growth - where The Bigger Artist was him properly introducing himself to the world, International Artist was his attempt to take over the world with his music. Nonchalant might not be A Boogie's normal sound, but he still manages to pull it off with his typical ease.
Demons And Angels (feat. Juice WRLD)
Coming off A Boogie's huge album Hoodie SZN, Demons And Angels sees him link up with Juice WRLD in an exploration of self. It sees both artists at their peak, both in their music at large, and on the track in particular.
Oh, and the drop is one that you just have to experience for yourself. Hopefully this pair make more music together - their respective sounds mesh together seamlessly.
Summer Walker - Stretch You Out (feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)
Summer Walker calls in A Boogie for Stretch You Out, a track about the pain of a destructive relationship from Summer's past. A Boogie proves his ability to deliver a killer hook on the track, mellowing things out with an earworm that will get stuck in your head.
A Boogie's distinct rapping style slots right in with Summer's soulful crooning, and backed by a banging instrumental, it's a track that everyone can relate to.
Undefeated (feat. 21 Savage)
Armed with a bag full of dark punchlines, 21 Savage teams up with A Boogie to provide one of the most memorable moments from his debut album The Bigger Artist.
Among an album full of high-profile collaborations, Undefeated stands out because the pairing of 21 and A Boogie works so damn well, with A Boogie's ear for a catchy melody providing the perfect hook to highlight 21's wordplay.
Liam Payne - Stack It Up (feat. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)
Stack It Up sees former One Direction member Liam Payne working out different ways he can make it rain. The English songwriter adds a bit of American flair to the song with the addition of A Boogie, and despite the different worlds the two musicians come from, the guys sound like they're having an absolute ball on the song together. After all, everyone just wants a bit of cash.
Speaking about the track, Payne said, “I’m so happy to be releasing my new single and for you all to finally hear it. Me and Boogie had so much fun doing it. This is a song I’m really proud of and I can’t wait to show you what’s coming next."
Ed Sheeran - 1000 Nights (feat. Meek Mill and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)
Ed Sheeran calls in Meek Mill and A Boogie for a track about the life of endless touring, something that Ed Sheeran knows well. Ed wanted A Boogie on the track as he's a big fan of Hoodie SZN, and got Meek on the track too.
He was absolutely right as well; the song sounds absolutely seamless, despite the three never having worked together. There's a reason that Ed is one of the biggest artists in the world, and on 1000 Nights, he elevates the two rappers so they bring their absolute A-game.