Continuing a breakout year, buzzing Bronx drill rapper Dougie B unveils his anxiously awaited new mixtape Nobody Bigger with a music video for “Mad Max.” Watch the video–HERE. Listen to Nobody Bigger –HERE.
It boasts 14 fierce, focused, and fiery tracks, cementing Dougie Bas a proven New York phenomenon. The mixtape is packed with many highlights such as his focus track “All Eyes On Me.” He serves up a street anthem with B-Loveeon “Turnt,” while “Underground”sees him recruit a cohort of rising talent, namely Luisss, KA$HDAMI, midwxst, and Yvngchris. His own audacious and elastic wordplay powers “Keep It 100.” Then, there’s “Forever On That,”which only assures his place as a Bronx powerhouse at the forefront of the culture right now.
Adding to the swell of momentum for Nobody Bigger,Dougie Breleases a sinister music video for “Mad Max” with TG Crippy. Illuminated under thermal imaging, the pair come through with unshakable energy as TG Crippyflexes by stating, “I’m with Dougie can’t forget the B. N**** what, who bigger than we?”
Building up for this major moment, Dougie B has consistently dropped new songs during this Fall season. He notably bulldozed the way for Nobody Bigger with “Spinnin” [feat. B-Lovee & Cordae]. Paying homage to its iconic sample “Ridin Spinners” by Three 6 Mafia, this song finds GRAMMY nominated lyricist Cordae stepping into their world and he does not disappoint by unleashing an aggressive flow with in your face boasts.
This arrived on the heels of his intense and infectious single and video “Wreck” with Yagi B. The thrilling music video matched the energy as the duo and their crew mobbed through a New York City playground performing their signature “geeking”dance moves.
Sharing more than his music, Dougie B launched a new YouTube vlog series titled, “The Life Of Dougie B.” The show chronicles his everyday activity as he elevates his rap career while maintaining his fun personality. Watch the first episode —HERE.
These bangers landed in the wake of his eventful summer, which saw the release of “UZI.” Upon arrival it incited critical applause. HotNewHipHop declared, “Dougie B has proven himself to be an important figure in New York’s drill scene.” DJ Booth also touted him among “10 Rappers You Should Know Right Now On Audiomack”and praised, “Over scattered percussion and sampled strings, Dougie B delivers threats and boasts in a hoarse yell, turning something that once belonged to the internet into something intensely regional.” AlsoVariety included him in their highlight “The Voice of New York is Drill” while COMPLEX applauded him in their feature, “Sample Drill Is Taking Over New York Rap.”
Piling up tens of millions of streams, he made waves on Kay Flock’s viral “Shake it”[feat. Cardi B, Dougie B, & Bory300] which earned his BillboardHot 100 debut. It also landed on the New York Times’ coveted feature The Playlist and one ofBillboard’s “Best Songs of 2002 So Far.” Meanwhile, Huffington Post noted it “highlights New York’s ever-evolving drill scene.”Complex went as far as to crown him a “key player”in the New York Sample Drill movement.
I’m Back” and “Forever On That”finally made their way to retail stores. He initially teased the songs on YouTube, inciting a groundswell of excitement in the process. The hard-hitting and hypnotic “Forever On That”surpassed 6 million views during its initial upload on Kay Flock’s YouTube Channel and soared to #1 on YouTube “Trending.”Maintaining this momentum, theinstantly irresistible “I’m Back” also vaulted to #7 on “Trending.”The two-pack illuminates the strength of his airtight flow and knack for a knockout hook. These songs affirm Dougie Bas one of the hottest rising stars in New York right now.