Favorite Moment: I think one of my favorite moments was doing Rolling Loud with him because it was my first time doing that one and us having to prepare for something big like that. Just the whole pro

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Favorite Moment: I think one of my favorite moments was doing Rolling Loud with him because it was my first time doing that one and us having to prepare for something big like that. Just the whole pro

First Meet-Up: I remember it was two people that reached out like that was telling me, ‘cause they know like, Drewski always plays new music. So DJ Spazo from Harlem asked me like, “Yo, have you heard of this artist, A Boogie? He’s from the Bronx and he’s really moving out there.”  So shout out DJ Spazo for telling me about A Boogie. I did my research, and after hitting him up to send me a song, I heard he’s doing a show at BB King’s. I couldn’t believe it because you don’t just have a show at BB King’s by yourself — no promo, no nothing. But it was Highbridge Label Presents A Boogie and the show sells out. Right there I knew he needed to come to the radio station, we need to talk about it. And it was like his first radio interview. He comes to the station and you could tell he’s nervous. But after that interview things went up. 

Best Trait: He got the swag. He’s just the fly New York kid, you know? The girls love him, the guys want to be like him, and he just got that New York confidence. It’s not even a cocky thing, it’s just a confidence drip. Like he’s just super swaggy, super smart, you know, he’s talented too. Like besides his drip and all that, he’s actually a talented artist. He knows where he wants to be. When it comes to music, he definitely sets goals for himself.

Favorite Moment: My favorite moment with A Boogie is maybe the first interview we did. I just think that that was history. You know his first interview on the radio? Like it’s the first time he’s ever done that. So I think that was my favorite moment to share with him is being a part of something like that.

Fivio Foreign

First Meet-Up: Fivio was always around when I was in the studio with Pop and Tjay. I seen him in the studio, but he was so animated at first. I didn’t even take him seriously and because I know he’s not doing this for real. He’s just being funny because he’s super animated. But then I started seeing people referencing the “Big Drip” song. I see Pop and I see Tjay loves him, so I thought, how can I help his situation? Fivio’s energy is incredible but now he just needs good music. I got a hold of the “Big Drip” record and played it on the radio as a test, and within three to four months things took off. It was one of the biggest records in the club and we were just always around each other. We would be in the studios, the clubs, parties, events, whatever. It was amazing.

Best Trait: His energy is his best trait. He’s so fun to be around — it’s infectious. You want to be around him and his crew. They got their own lingo with the whole “Bow” thing going viral. They just have a special energy about them that’s fun to be around. So even if you’re like a super hip-hop head, and you’re like, “I don’t even like this drill music,” you’ll still like Fivio’s personality and his energy. Even someone like Nas, that you would never expect to work with artists like Fivio, he must’ve just been in tune with his energy. If someone like Nas, just working with him says something about Fivio.

Favorite Mom

First Meet-Up: I remember it was two people that reached out like that was telling me, ‘cause they know like, Drewski always plays new music. So DJ Spazo from Harlem asked me like, “Yo, have you heard of this artist, A Boogie? He’s from the Bronx and he’s really moving out there.”  So shout out DJ Spazo for telling me about A Boogie. I did my research, and after hitting him up to send me a song, I heard he’s doing a show at BB King’s. I couldn’t believe it because you don’t just have a show at BB King’s by yourself — no promo, no nothing. But it was Highbridge Label Presents A Boogie and the show sells out. Right there I knew he needed to come to the radio station, we need to talk about it. And it was like his first radio interview. He comes to the station and you could tell he’s nervous. But after that interview things went up. 

Best Trait: He got the swag. He’s just the fly New York kid, you know? The girls love him, the guys want to be like him, and he just got that New York confidence. It’s not even a cocky thing, it’s just a confidence drip. Like he’s just super swaggy, super smart, you know, he’s talented too. Like besides his drip and all that, he’s actually a talented artist. He knows where he wants to be. When it comes to music, he definitely sets goals for himself.

Favorite Moment: My favorite moment with A Boogie is maybe the first interview we did. I just think that that was history. You know his first interview on the radio? Like it’s the first time he’s ever done that. So I think that was my favorite moment to share with him is being a part of something like that.

Fivio Foreign

First Meet-Up: Fivio was always around when I was in the studio with Pop and Tjay. I seen him in the studio, but he was so animated at first. I didn’t even take him seriously and because I know he’s not doing this for real. He’s just being funny because he’s super animated. But then I started seeing people referencing the “Big Drip” song. I see Pop and I see Tjay loves him, so I thought, how can I help his situation? Fivio’s energy is incredible but now he just needs good music. I got a hold of the “Big Drip” record and played it on the radio as a test, and within three to four months things took off. It was one of the biggest records in the club and we were just always around each other. We would be in the studios, the clubs, parties, events, whatever. It was amazing.

Best Trait: His energy is his best trait. He’s so fun to be around — it’s infectious. You want to be around him and his crew. They got their own lingo with the whole “Bow” thing going viral. They just have a special energy about them that’s fun to be around. So even if you’re like a super hip-hop head, and you’re like, “I don’t even like this drill music,” you’ll still like Fivio’s personality and his energy. Even someone like Nas, that you would never expect to work with artists like Fivio, he must’ve just been in tune with his energy. If someone like Nas, just working with him says something about Fivio.

Favorite Moment: I think one of my favorite moments of Fivio was when we were cooking up the “Ready” record with Fetty Luciano and Sosa Gee

First Meet-Up: I remember it was two people that reached out like that was telling me, ‘cause they know like, Drewski always plays new music. So DJ Spazo from Harlem asked me like, “Yo, have you heard of this artist, A Boogie? He’s from the Bronx and he’s really moving out there.”  So shout out DJ Spazo for telling me about A Boogie. I did my research, and after hitting him up to send me a song, I heard he’s doing a show at BB King’s. I couldn’t believe it because you don’t just have a show at BB King’s by yourself — no promo, no nothing. But it was Highbridge Label Presents A Boogie and the show sells out. Right there I knew he needed to come to the radio station, we need to talk about it. And it was like his first radio interview. He comes to the station and you could tell he’s nervous. But after that interview things went up. 

Best Trait: He got the swag. He’s just the fly New York kid, you know? The girls love him, the guys want to be like him, and he just got that New York confidence. It’s not even a cocky thing, it’s just a confidence drip. Like he’s just super swaggy, super smart, you know, he’s talented too. Like besides his drip and all that, he’s actually a talented artist. He knows where he wants to be. When it comes to music, he definitely sets goals for himself.

Favorite Moment: My favorite moment with A Boogie is maybe the first interview we did. I just think that that was history. You know his first interview on the radio? Like it’s the first time he’s ever done that. So I think that was my favorite moment to share with him is being a part of something like that.

Fivio Foreign

First Meet-Up: Fivio was always around when I was in the studio with Pop and Tjay. I seen him in the studio, but he was so animated at first. I didn’t even take him seriously and because I know he’s not doing this for real. He’s just being funny because he’s super animated. But then I started seeing people referencing the “Big Drip” song. I see Pop and I see Tjay loves him, so I thought, how can I help his situation? Fivio’s energy is incredible but now he just needs good music. I got a hold of the “Big Drip” record and played it on the radio as a test, and within three to four months things took off. It was one of the biggest records in the club and we were just always around each other. We would be in the studios, the clubs, parties, events, whatever. It was amazing.

Best Trait: His energy is his best trait. He’s so fun to be around — it’s infectious. You want to be around him and his crew. They got their own lingo with the whole “Bow” thing going viral. They just have a special energy about them that’s fun to be around. So even if you’re like a super hip-hop head, and you’re like, “I don’t even like this drill music,” you’ll still like Fivio’s personality and his energy. Even someone like Nas, that you would never expect to work with artists like Fivio, he must’ve just been in tune with his energy. If someone like Nas, just working with him says something about Fivio.

Favorite Moment: I think one of my favorite moments of Fivio was when we were cooking up the “Ready” record with Fetty Luciano and Sosa Geek. I think we did it in like two parts. We did it in one studio, didn’t finish it and ended it at another studio. But I think that was a good vibe. It was maybe like 20, 30 people in a studio. Fivio knows how to own the room and he just knows how to own

First Meet-Up: I remember it was two people that reached out like that was telling me, ‘cause they know like, Drewski always plays new music. So DJ Spazo from Harlem asked me like, “Yo, have you heard of this artist, A Boogie? He’s from the Bronx and he’s really moving out there.”  So shout out DJ Spazo for telling me about A Boogie. I did my research, and after hitting him up to send me a song, I heard he’s doing a show at BB King’s. I couldn’t believe it because you don’t just have a show at BB King’s by yourself — no promo, no nothing. But it was Highbridge Label Presents A Boogie and the show sells out. Right there I knew he needed to come to the radio station, we need to talk about it. And it was like his first radio interview. He comes to the station and you could tell he’s nervous. But after that interview things went up. 

Best Trait: He got the swag. He’s just the fly New York kid, you know? The girls love him, the guys want to be like him, and he just got that New York confidence. It’s not even a cocky thing, it’s just a confidence drip. Like he’s just super swaggy, super smart, you know, he’s talented too. Like besides his drip and all that, he’s actually a talented artist. He knows where he wants to be. When it comes to music, he definitely sets goals for himself.

Favorite Moment: My favorite moment with A Boogie is maybe the first interview we did. I just think that that was history. You know his first interview on the radio? Like it’s the first time he’s ever done that. So I think that was my favorite moment to share with him is being a part of something like that.

Fivio Foreign

First Meet-Up: Fivio was always around when I was in the studio with Pop and Tjay. I seen him in the studio, but he was so animated at first. I didn’t even take him seriously and because I know he’s not doing this for real. He’s just being funny because he’s super animated. But then I started seeing people referencing the “Big Drip” song. I see Pop and I see Tjay loves him, so I thought, how can I help his situation? Fivio’s energy is incredible but now he just needs good music. I got a hold of the “Big Drip” record and played it on the radio as a test, and within three to four months things took off. It was one of the biggest records in the club and we were just always around each other. We would be in the studios, the clubs, parties, events, whatever. It was amazing.

Best Trait: His energy is his best trait. He’s so fun to be around — it’s infectious. You want to be around him and his crew. They got their own lingo with the whole “Bow” thing going viral. They just have a special energy about them that’s fun to be around. So even if you’re like a super hip-hop head, and you’re like, “I don’t even like this drill music,” you’ll still like Fivio’s personality and his energy. Even someone like Nas, that you would never expect to work with artists like Fivio, he must’ve just been in tune with his energy. If someone like Nas, just working with him says something about Fivio.

Favorite Moment: I think one of my favorite moments of Fivio was when we were cooking up the “Ready” record with Fetty Luciano an

First Meet-Up: I remember it was two people that reached out like that was telling me, ‘cause they know like, Drewski always plays new music. So DJ Spazo from Harlem asked me like, “Yo, have you heard of this artist, A Boogie? He’s from the Bronx and he’s really moving out there.”  So shout out DJ Spazo for telling me about A Boogie. I did my research, and after hitting him up to send me a song, I heard he’s doing a show at BB King’s. I couldn’t believe it because you don’t just have a show at BB King’s by yourself — no promo, no nothing. But it was Highbridge Label Presents A Boogie and the show sells out. Right there I knew he needed to come to the radio station, we need to talk about it. And it was like his first radio interview. He comes to the station and you could tell he’s nervous. But after that interview things went up. 

Best Trait: He got the swag. He’s just the fly New York kid, you know? The girls love him, the guys want to be like him, and he just got that New York confidence. It’s not even a cocky thing, it’s just a confidence drip. Like he’s just super swaggy, super smart, you know, he’s talented too. Like besides his drip and all that, he’s actually a talented artist. He knows where he wants to be. When it comes to music, he definitely sets goals for himself.

Favorite Moment: My favorite moment with A Boogie is maybe the first interview we did. I just think that that was history. You know his first interview on the radio? Like it’s the first time he’s ever done that. So I think that was my favorite moment to share with him is being a part of something like that.

Fivio Foreign

First Meet-Up: Fivio was always around when I was in the studio with Pop and Tjay. I seen him in the studio, but he was so animated at first. I didn’t even take him seriously and because I know he’s not doing this for real. He’s just being funny because he’s super animated. But then I started seeing people referencing the “Big Drip” song. I see Pop and I see Tjay loves him, so I thought, how can I help his situation? Fivio’s energy is incredible but now he just needs good music. I got a hold of the “Big Drip” record and played it on the radio as a test, and within three to four months things took off. It was one of the biggest records in the club and we were just always around each other. We would be in the studios, the clubs, parties, events, whatever. It was amazing.

Best Trait: His energy is his best trait. He’s so fun to be around — it’s infectious. You want to be around him and his crew. They got their own lingo with the whole “Bow” thing going viral. They just have a special energy about them that’s fun to be around. So even if you’re like a super hip-hop head, and you’re like, “I don’t even like this drill music,” you’ll still like Fivio’s personality and his energy. Even someone like Nas, that you would never expect to work with artists like Fivio, he must’ve just been in tune with his energy. If someone like Nas, just working with him says something about Fivio.

Favorite Mom

First Meet-Up: I remember it was two people that reached out like that was telling me, ‘cause they know like, Drewski always plays new music. So DJ Spazo from Harlem asked me like, “Yo, have you heard of this artist, A Boogie? He’s from the Bronx and he’s really moving out there.”  So shout out DJ Spazo for telling me about A Boogie. I did my research, and after hitting him up to send me a song, I heard he’s doing a show at BB King’s. I couldn’t believe it because you don’t just have a show at BB King’s by yourself — no promo, no nothing. But it was Highbridge Label Presents A Boogie and the show sells out. Right there I knew he needed to come to the radio station, we need to talk about it. And it was like his first radio interview. He comes to the station and you could tell he’s nervous. But after that interview things went up. 

Best Trait: He got the swag. He’s just the fly New York kid, you know? The girls love him, the guys want to be like him, and he just got that New York confidence. It’s not even a cocky thing, it’s just a confidence drip. Like he’s just super swaggy, super smart, you know, he’s talented too. Like besides his drip and all that, he’s actually a talented artist. He knows where he wants to be. When it comes to music, he definitely sets goals for himself.

Favorite Moment: My favorite moment with A Boogie is maybe the first interview we did. I just think that that was history. You know his first interview on the radio? Like it’s the first time he’s ever done that. So I think that was my favorite moment to share with him is being a part of something like that.

Fivio Foreign

First Meet-Up: Fivio was always around when I was in the studio with Pop and Tjay. I seen him in the studio, but he was so animated at first. I didn’t even take him seriously and because I know he’s not doing this for real. He’s just being funny because he’s super animated. But then I started seeing people referencing the “Big Drip” song. I see Pop and I see Tjay loves him, so I thought, how can I help his situation? Fivio’s energy is incredible but now he just needs good music. I got a hold of the “Big Drip” record and played it on the radio as a test, and within three to four months things took off. It was one of the biggest records in the club and we were just always around each other. We would be in the studios, the clubs, parties, events, whatever. It was amazing.

Best Trait: His energy is his best trait. He’s so fun to be around — it’s infectious. You want to be around him and his crew. They got their own lingo with the whole “Bow” thing going viral. They just have a special energy about them that’s fun to be around. So even if you’re like a super hip-hop head, and you’re like, “I don’t even like this drill music,” you’ll still like Fivio’s personality and his energy. Even someone like Nas, that you would never expect to work with artists like Fivio, he must’ve just been in tune with his energy. If someone like Nas, just working with him says something about Fivio.

Favorite Moment: I think one of my

First Meet-Up: I remember it was two people that reached out like that was telling me, ‘cause they know like, Drewski always plays new music. So DJ Spazo from Harlem asked me like, “Yo, have you heard of this artist, A Boogie? He’s from the Bronx and he’s really moving out there.”  So shout out DJ Spazo for telling me about A Boogie. I did my research, and after hitting him up to send me a song, I heard he’s doing a show at BB King’s. I couldn’t believe it because you don’t just have a show at BB King’s by yourself — no promo, no nothing. But it was Highbridge Label Presents A Boogie and the show sells out. Right there I knew he needed to come to the radio station, we need to talk about it. And it was like his first radio interview. He comes to the station and you could tell he’s nervous. But after that interview things went up. 

Best Trait: He got the swag. He’s just the fly New York kid, you know? The girls love him, the guys want to be like him, and he just got that New York confidence. It’s not even a cocky thing, it’s just a confidence drip. Like he’s just super swaggy, super smart, you know, he’s talented too. Like besides his drip and all that, he’s actually a talented artist. He knows where he wants to be. When it comes to music, he definitely sets goals for himself.

Favorite Moment: My favorite moment with A Boogie is maybe the first interview we did. I just think that that was history. You know his first interview on the radio? Like it’s the first time he’s ever done that. So I think that was my favorite moment to share with him is being a part of something like that.

Fivio Foreign

First Meet-Up: Fivio was always around when I was in the studio with Pop and Tjay. I seen him in the studio, but he was so animated at first. I didn’t even take him seriously and because I know he’s not doing this for real. He’s just being funny because he’s super animated. But then I started seeing people referencing the “Big Drip” song. I see Pop and I see Tjay loves him, so I thought, how can I help his situation? Fivio’s energy is incredible but now he just needs good music. I got a hold of the “Big Drip” record and played it on the radio as a test, and within three to four months things took off. It was one of the biggest records in the club and we were just always around each other. We would be in the studios, the clubs, parties, events, whatever. It was amazing.

Best Trait: His energy is his best trait. He’s so fun to be around — it’s infectious. You want to be around him and his crew. They got their own lingo with the whole “Bow” thing going viral. They just have a special energy about them that’s fun to be around. So even if you’re like a super hip-hop head, and you’re like, “I don’t even like this drill music,” you’ll still like Fivio’s personality and his energy. Even someone like Nas, that you would never expect to work with artists like Fivio, he must’ve just been in tune with his energy. If someone like Nas, just working with him says something about Fivio.

Favorite Moment: I think one of my favorite moments of Fivio was when we were cooking up the “Ready” record with Fetty Luciano and Sosa Geek. I think we di

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d it in like two parts. We did it in one studio, didn’t finish it and ended it at another studio. But I think that was a good vibe. It was maybe like 20, 30 people in a studio. Fivio knows how to own the room and he just knows how to own every moment. We were just having a good time mobbing out and that’s how the record was made. It was more like a vibe. Like sometimes you do a studio session from

favorite moments of Fivio was when we were cooking up the “Ready” record with Fetty Luciano and Sosa Geek. I think we did it in like two parts. We did it in one studio, didn’t finish it and ended it at another studio. But I think that was a good vibe. It was maybe like 20, 30 people in a studio. Fivio knows how to own the room and he just knows how to own every moment. We were just having a good time mobbing out and that’s how the record was made. It was more like a vibe. Like sometimes you do a studio session from

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d Sosa Geek. I think we did it in like two parts. We did it in one studio, didn’t finish it and ended it at another studio. But I think that was a good vibe. It was maybe like 20, 30 people in a studio. Fivio knows how to own the room and he just knows how to own every moment. We were just having a good time mobbing out and that’s how the record was made. It was more like a vibe. Like sometimes you do a studio session from

every moment. We were just having a good time mobbing out and that’s how the record was made. It was more like a vibe. Like sometimes you do a studio session from

k. I think we did it in like two parts. We did it in one studio, didn’t finish it and ended it at another studio. But I think that was a good vibe. It was maybe like 20, 30 people in a studio. Fivio knows how to own the room and he just knows how to own every moment. We were just having a good time mobbing out and that’s how the record was made. It was more like a vibe. Like sometimes you do a studio session from

ent: I think one of my favorite moments of Fivio was when we were cooking up the “Ready” record with Fetty Luciano and Sosa Geek. I think we did it in like two parts. We did it in one studio, didn’t finish it and ended it at another studio. But I think that was a good vibe. It was maybe like 20, 30 people in a studio. Fivio knows how to own the room and he just knows how to own every moment. We were just having a good time mobbing out and that’s how the record was made. It was more like a vibe. Like sometimes you do a studio session from



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