Pop Smoke, Polo G, Jacquees, and more all contribute to the soundtrack to “Boogie.”
I’m not going to lie, Boogie looks like something I would be down to watch. While I definitely f**k with the movie’s storyline, on the real, seeing Pop Smoke act is the most intriguing thing, to me. To get us even more hyped for Boogie, the people behind the movie decided to release the soundtrack to it.
Boogie features drill music, drill music, and more drill music (About 75% of the soundtrack is on some drill s**t). The good news is that the soundtrack features a bunch of artists that are actually good at making drill music (Pop Smoke, Fivio Foreign, Sheff G, and M24). The soundtrack also features a smooth R&B joint by Jacquees and a few gems from artists that are clearly from the Far East (Hip-hop is so global).
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Quincy is the creator of Ratings Game Music. He loves writing about music, taking long walks on beaches, and spaghetti that fights him back.