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Bobby Shmurda has blown up off the strength of his hit record "Hot N*gga." The song and music video remind a lot of people of Chicago's Drill Music scene.
During an interview with Global Grind, Bobby admits that a lot of New York cats have been influenced by Chiraq.
“That Chicago wave that just passed. That influence was crazy,” he said. “I came home and a lot of kids that wasn’t like that, they gangsters now. They bang banging and all types of stuff.”
Bobby added that although some of his peers may have borrowed from Chicago, his sound is is more influenced by the South, citing Louisiana rapper Lil Boosie as a major influence.
"I wouldn't say (I was influenced by Chicago]. I grew up listening to Boosie." Bobby told Blogxilla. "On my block a lot of people don't listen to what I listen to. If I call, you hear Boosie playing. I grew up down South too. My dad and everybody down South. So I was back and forth."
Chicago rappers Ayoo Kd and Donyaee believe the 20-year old Brooklyn rapper got his entire style from their city. They released a new music video going at him. In two days it's racked up over 31,000 views.
Check it and Bobby's "Hot N*gga" out below.
Bobby Shmurda "Hot N*gga"
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