A Boogie takes the role of a puppeteer and raps about how he's able to control anyone and get whatever he wants - the cover art shows that much. A Boogie raps about his many encounters with the police and his newfound success on this catchy new joint which will soon become a street banger. Here I was thinking this was a new take on Fabolous and Trey Songz' Say Aah, although Trigga does have a feature on Boogie's new album. The rapper also mentions how one has to pray consistently because of the many people getting shot every day. He flexes and raps about his homies and also how much money he has, saying that it doesn't bother him if it's dirty money because he still worked for it. The 2017 XXL Freshman is working on his highly anticipated album The Bigger Artist dropping on the 29th of September featuring Chris Brown and PnB Rock to name a few.