A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Plays Piano Underwater in “Drowning” Video
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is on fire right now, and after releasing his anticipated debut album last week, we're finally getting the video for his hit record "Drowning." The visuals show the Bronx rapper taking viewers below the surface of a body of water, before we're interrupted by a robbery scene.
In the RITE Brothers-directed video, the Highbridge signee is surrounded by tons of diamonds and cash while playing on a grand piano underwater, serenading his upbeat verses with tons of intensity as he flaunts his own ice.
While Kodak Black doesn't make an appearance in the video (despite being on the original track), his verse is compensated with a high-action robbery scene where A Boogie and one of his friends bring out the big guns while they swipe more diamonds from a shop. A news reporter also appears, discussing the heist in a fake newscast at the site of the crime.
A Boogie's debut album, The Bigger Artist, dropped last week (Sept. 29) and has been met with high praise from the hip-hop community so far. The 2017 XXL Freshman has been working hard all year, and he is currently on the road for his Bigger Artist Tour.
Watch the official visuals for A Boogie's "Drowning" video below to see him swim through a sea of diamonds and cash.
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