Silent assassins. That’s the common theme between Donovan Mitchell and A Boogie. Both are stars in the game. Mitchell wasn’t drafted until late in the lottery, when he’s shaping up to be the best player from last year’s draft. His dynamic scoring has saved the Jazz season, and he would be a shoe-in for Rookie of the Year if Simmons wasn’t going crazy every single night.
The young NYC artist is as versatile as they come in the music industry. He can rap, sing, and everything in between. His albums perform well on the charts, and he’s had big singles that just scratch the surface of what he can do. And yet, when the King of NYC debate recently came up, Boogie wasn’t mentioned. That’s OK, soon enough everyone will wake up.