Loyalty is key in every friendship and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie highlights that about his homies, alongside Roddy Ricch.
“B.R.O” was released on October 7th and stands for Better Ride Out. Mixing the slow, somber type beat with piano and A Boogie’s verses definitely gives listeners the vibe that they’re listening to something personal and Roddy’s verse pulls the whole song together. The official audio also includes the two in the studio hanging out and working on the song. “B.R.O”, is assumed to be on the New York native’s upcoming album, Me vs. Myself, on November 4th.
This isn’t the first time this dynamic duo has worked together though! One of their first collaborations was on Roddy Ricch’s Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial with the song “Tip Toe” and since then, the two have been working together.
Announced earlier in September via Instagram, Me vs. Myself is A Boogie’s 4th studio album since the release of his B4 AVA EP in December 2021. The album is set to feature other artists, such as H.E.R, Tory Lanez, and Lil Durk.
Make sure to listen to “B.R.O” below!