A few weeks after releasing a video for the J.I.D.-assisted “Soho,” artist Boogie reconnects with his Shady Records cohort Eminem for a visual in support of their recent collaborative cut “Rainy Days.” Originally released as a single for last month’s Everythings for Sale album, “Rainy Days” come to life courtesy of director James Larese.
“Don’t be callin’ me woke / I cheat on my queen for a h*e / That’s how shit go, she keep sayin’ we jell / She gon’ come out her shell / Ain’t no pushin’ my buttons / When all of my feelings is stuck on ‘oh, well,’” Boogie raps. “B***h, I’m thirsty and blessed / I pour liquor in grails / This for my n***as in jail, wrestlin’ L’s / That’s that hell in the cell / I come from a place where the shit can get shady / My chances were slim / All my women was basic / We see different races since signing to Em I can’t send out no message to none of my exes / And b****es as friends / I can’t blow it again.”
You can view Boogie and Eminem’s new video for “Rainy Days” above.
For more exciting new releases from the contemporary West Coast rap scene, check out Drakeo the Ruler, 03 Greedo and Bambino’s “Let’s Go.”
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