Boogie released his debut studio album Everything For Sale today and dropped in with Justin Credible to talk about the project which he describes this moment as “the greatest time of my life” and adds he’s been “working for this moment for forever.”
The album includes production from in house producers Keyel, Dart along with outside help from Teej, Street Runner and of course from the boss man Eminem. Boogie goes on to explain how him and worked on “Rainy Days” together and their first conversation between each other:
It was me being quiet, waiting for him to talk first. Him telling me how much he rock with me.. I dont think I’m all the way comfortable around him yet because it’s still Em but, yeah it just be vibes.
The Compton rapper shares the title of the album Everythings For Sale was mostly inspired by the fact that him as a rapper had to do “what ever it takes to get poppin.” The album was ready to drop in November but Boogie emphasizes the importance of timing and how Meek Mill dropped his album the day he wanted to release his originally, which could have potentially affected the way people received his project.
When talking about artists and music that inspired him growing up he mentions church and gospel music being a big influence, along with Jay Z, Lauryn Hill, and LA ratchet music. Fast forward to today, Boogie mentions J.Cole, J.I.D , Reason, and Blueface as some of his favorite artists currently.
Watch the full interview with the L.A. Leakers below and find out why Boogie says Eminem’s fans are the craziest:
Boogie also delivered a crazy freestyle over Meek Mill’s “Dreams And Nightmares,” you can catch all his bars below: