A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Releases Visual For Latest Single “Mood Swings”
Donates $50,000 to UNICEF USA for Hurricane Dorian Efforts
- Genre : More Music
- Type: News
- Author : Team ARTISTdirect
- Date : Tue, 17 Sep 2019
Lil Uzi Vert Promises to Match Every Additional Dollar Raised up to $50K
Today, multi-platinum hip-hop artist and entrepreneur A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie debuts his eclectic visual for the just released single “Mood Swings” off his forthcoming album Artist 2.0. He also announces that he’s donating $50,000 to UNICEF USA to aide in their Hurricane Dorian efforts on the ground in the Bahamas.
In the video, we see A Boogie coming into his own and recognizing his strength, while not allowing women to distract him on his journey. The opening frame has him sitting down in front of a building with graffiti showcasing his signature hoodie look and recreation of the Hoodie SZN album cover, with neon beams in his eyes before a thunderstorm erupts. He then enters a door that changes him into a camouflage outfit surrounded by his crew with army tanks and guns as he raps, “you don’t want no problems”. This version of A Boogie walks up to an alter-ego of himself dressed in black, who is shown being played on a piano like a puppet with strings attached, by a woman that’s attracted his attention in recreation of his previous Artist mixtape cover. The tough camo-dressed version of A Boogie sees his alter-ego is mesmerized by her, so he cuts off the puppet strings that she’s controlling. Right after, another side of A Boogie is snapped by the paparazzi while he goes about his rockstar lifestyle. In the final clip, he confidently enjoys the latest version of who he is, surrounded by his boys and girls since he’s got himself.
Coupled with the new video release, announced today, A Boogie has launched a CrowdRise fundraiser to support UNICEF USA and the organization’s Hurricane Dorian relief efforts. A Boogie has donated $50,000 and fellow rapper and friend, Lil Uzi Vert, has promised to match every additional dollar raised up to $50,000. With the potential to bring $150,000 to these children and their families, the funds will provide relief for the Bahamian people who survived the catastrophic Category 5 hurricane, have lost their livelihoods and have been left with little to no water and food.
“The Bahamas need our help, man. You got kids and families left with nothing out there,” said A Boogie. We got to show love and support in any way we can to help rebuild that beautiful place. Every little thing helps."
To learn more about A Boogie’s CrowdRise fundraiser with UNICEF USA click here.