Beat Boy is back with another superb visual for “Shook Up” from his debut project NewDre. The Los Angeles producer has the competition shook up as he recruits two of LA’s hottest rappers Inglewood’s Rucci and West L.A.’s Big Sad1900. Rucci kicks off the track by brashly bragging “I’m up 100 racks, but I had better days”. Followed by Big Sad’s flashy “gave 10 to my lawyer, put 30 on my wrist, like Paul with the ball I don’t hog I assist”.
“Shook Up” is latest video to come from the platinum selling producer’s meticulously curated debut project NewDre, which dropped July 31st via OTR Records and boasts a hand-picked selection of features from Shoreline Mafia’s Fenix Flexin’, Rucci, White John, Niko G4, and others. NewDre shows Beat Boy fully embracing his role as one of the cultural pillars of L.A. rap music. Like Dr. Dre and Mustard before him, Beat Boy is laying the foundation for the sound of West Coast and defining rap music for years to come – “All Gas. No Breaks.”
Check out Beat Boy‘s new video for “Shook Up” featuring Rucci and Big Sad1900 below along with his debut project, NewDre – out now via OTR.
Beat Boy – NewDre