A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is back with a new song called "Right Moves." The Bronx rapper dropped the track on SoundCloud.
On the track, A Boogie raps about trying to move on with his life after leaving his chick as he's surrounded by all his jewels and cars. "I woke up, the first thing I used to do was write you/Now I put on my diamond chain before my left shoe/Now I drink a Gatorade before I sweat you/Now I wish I never ever thinking if it's the right move / Maybe I should've left you," he spits in the opening verse.
The xylophone-sounding melody is very playful, and based off the single artwork it may have been inspired by the classic '90s TV show Rugrats. Check out "Right Moves" below:
The new track comes shortly after A Boogie shared the official video for "No Promises," the intro track from his debut album The Bigger Artist. The rapper previously revealed he was inspired to write the song after the death of one of his fans at a concert. Savannah Walker, a 20-year-old student, was shot and killed at A Boogie's concert in Kentucky last March. He is now dedicating the "No Promises" video to her. "Rest In Peace Savannah," he wrote.
"Right Moves" is just the beginning of fresh music for A Boogie. He announced on his Instagram Story that he plans to drop a new song every day this week. It comes after the rapper teamed up with Tee Grizzley for their "Became Legends" collaboration last month.