New York rapper Maliibu Miitch is back with another one! Today she releases her new single “Slide” featuring fellow Bronx rapper B-Lovee, available on all digital platforms. Produced by Zukye “Ardella” Smith, Maliibu and B-Lovee have come together for a new summer banger. Maliibu gave her fans a treat as she hopped on IG Live to chop it up with fans to premiere the video, directed by longtime collaborator OffJimmer. “Slide” is the follow-up to her most recent release, “Letter to My Ex” (click here), and will be featured on her new project, Sailor Goon out later this year.
Bronx bred and respected drill breakout star B-Lovee has grown a following through his brash vocal tones and embodiment of the city’s timeless tradition of sampling. The 21-year-old rapper returns with a vengeance on his new project, Misunderstood. Formerly titled Courtlandt Baby PT. II, Misunderstood, serves as far more than an adjective, and can be seen as a glimpse into Lovee’s raw street stories covering conflicts and revelations across eight tracks with only one feature with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.
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Bronx rapper B-Lovee returns with the release of the visual for his slick new single “Boom Boom” featuring A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. Watch the explosive new video directed by Rock Davis and ABG_GFX above.
One of The NY’s budding drill rap princes, B-Lovee has been keeping his fans fed with aggressive spitfire flows and heavy bass beats. Continuing to build upon his ever-growing catalog in the new subgenre, the Bronx-native announces Cortlandt Baby Pt. II, his next mixtape. Charting his progression from start-up to major league, Lovee’s upcoming project offers the perfect combination of his signature raspy vocals and grimy lyrics mixed with memorable sample selections courtesy of Cash Cobain, and more.
In addition to the tape announcement comes “Boom Boom”, a new single featuring Highbridge rapper A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.
A Boogie Wit da Hoodie ‘Hit Different’ music video with B-Lovee sees the BX representatives linking up as they continue momentum.
Bronx-bred rapper B-Lovee is leaning into his 2022 on a high note. He released his new track “Don’t Change”, produced by 5ive Beats. Accompanied by a dark and sinister visual directed by Phil Meyer, “Don’t Change” is Lovee’s introduction to a bigger year with even more collaborations and visuals in the tuck.
Bronx-bred rapper B-Lovee is not the only local hero in the big apple, but with the continued success in effortless slappers, he’s solidifying just why he has a rightful place on the hip-hop throne. Teaming up with G Herbo, B-Lovee returns to share visuals for “My Everything” Remix (Part III).” The track is a standout for B-Lovee, and not just because of its soulful sample referencing a Mary J Blige classic. It’s the melodic feel alongside a swift drill beat, all while maintaining its grimy rawness that gives the track’s distinct uptown feel.
As the massive NYC drill scene continues to expand, BX’s very own B-Lovee has established himself as one of the city’s newest rising talents. Teaming up with Highbridge superstar A Boogie wit Da Hoodie, B-Lovee returns to share “My Everything Remix (Part II)” today via RECORDS/Columbia Records. The track comes following the release of the fan demanded “My Everything” Remix (Part III) featuring GHerbo. Listen to the new song here.
Tearing through the Bronx drill scene with his signature vocals, B-Lovee is coming for the NYC rap throne. Coming through with a blockbuster follow up to his breakthrough hit, Lovee shares “My Everything” his new video single. Produced by Cash Cobain, the song shares the first part’s mix of drill percussion and classic 90’s nostalgic records. Inspired by the soulful sample (referencing a Mary J Blige classic) while filling the track’s ample open space with his booming boasts, Lovee proves once again that he can dominate a room with his raw, creative, and unique talent for the perfect fusion.
The video directed by Spike Tarantino, finds B-Lovee in for a night of adventures with friends across the bridge in Brooklyn. “My Everything”, which was teased on TikTok prior to release generating over 15k sounds per day and comes as a worthy follow up to “Neaky” ft. Gyptian and “IYKYK” which peaked #10 on Apple Music’s Top 25 NYC. Listen to the new song here.
While building a large & engaging following, B-Lovee uses his raw creative talent to become one of the Bronx’s most promising rappers. Keeping the realism behind the Bx’s drill movement but changing it’s sonic palette, B-Lovee shares “Out Of It” featuring fellow Bx native Kay Flock. Produced by Jamz, the violin-led drill beat takes over as Kay Flock and B-Lovee take turns steering the hyperactive track. Listen to the new track here.