Rising Brooklyn drill rapper Smoove'L has delivered his Interscope debut, Boy From Brooklyn. With no features, and a more melodic approach to drill, the mixtape shows Smoove putting the focus on his unique take on Brooklyn's rapidly expanding scene. With deep bass, erratic percussion, and catchy hooks, it's the biggest showcase of his potential to date.
"I knew my time was coming. I love to create a raw fan base. I started my own wave,” said Smoove'L of the release of his label debut. "People think you have to be famous in order to be an artist, but you don’t. No matter if you got a fanbase or no followers, you just gotta keep your image and go with the flow. Eventually people will believe in you one day."
When Smoove spoke with Complex about the release of the tape, he said he approached the project with the intent of putting his "raw rapping" and "melodic side" together. "It's going to sound crazy," he promised.
Listen to Boy From Brooklyn above.