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Westside Boogie recently unleashed a hyped three-pack on the L.A. Leakers Freestyle series where he gave fans a much-anticipated glimpse of the level he’s on for his forthcoming ‘More Black Superheroes’ album.
Speaking with Justin Credible and DJ Sourmilk about a few details surrounding his sophomore project, the Compton native says that much of the inspiration behind the album is a reflection of what his community is missing and what he wishes to be for not only his family but for those who have continuously been told that they are not allowed to be vulnerable or show emotion. Boogie details that much of the new album channels his experiences in his community in comparison to his previous effort which explored many relationship themes.
Boogie also touches on the fact that fatherhood and the work of therapy have been able to put him in a different space when it comes to patience and being able to pass down healthy emotional habits to his kids and family members.
Westside Boogie recently celebrated the release of Kendrick Lamar’s ‘Mr. Morale & The Big Steppers’ album release as Boogie received writing credit for the Summer Walker collab “Purple Hearts.” While Boogie assisted with the pen on Summer’s verse, the rapper tells the Leakers what the moment means to him and just how important it is for the city of Compton.