Big Moochie Grape Gets Shiny” In Non Stop” Video

Big Moochie Grape’s malleable flow and big personality have him rapidly rising in the Memphis rap scene. Today, the Paper Route EMPIRE signee shares Non Stop,” a slice-of-life new music video. Tip-toeing atop Bandplay‘s ominous piano-led beat, BIg Moochie perfects his flexes, name-dropping only the most luxurious of brands during his dexterous verses: “Big baguettes up in my Rollie, yeah, expensive time/Count big racks up in the Maybach, yeah, while I recline.” In the video, Moochie shows us how he lives, traveling from a graveyard, to the corner store, to the jewelry shop. “Non Stop” follows Moochie’s video for “iLLUMINATi Business,” released last month.

Big Moochie Grape Joins the iLLUMINATi in His New Music Video

Busting out of Memphis with a dexterous flow and a diamond-studded smile, Big Moochie Grape is one of his hometown’s most gifted emcees. Celebrating his rise from the trenches to the A-List, the Paper Route EMPIRE-signed rapper shares iLLUMINATi Business,” his new music video. Produced by Atlanta beatmaker Twysted Genius, who stacks rattling snares and ominous piano notes, Moochie flashes a variety of in-the-pocket flows, rhythmically explaining how the Paper Route iLLUMINATI move differently from the average crew: “Pull up in the Hellcat, playin’ with a kitty cat/Big money sh*t, b*tch I’m not with the chit-chat.” The video contrasts images of Moochie’s high-rolling Memphis lifestyle with a collage of images that indicate just how deeply the Paper Route iLLUMINATI has buried itself within nature and society.  “iLLUMINATi Business” is the closing track and latest video from PAPER ROUTE iLLUMINATi, following Young Dolph‘s clip for  Here We Go,” and Joddy Baddass‘s sultry video for 333.

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Paper Route EMPIRE Artist Big Moochie Grape Drops His 8-Track Debut EP “Eat Or Get Ate” & Shares New Video For “Clusters”

Stacking punchlines and boasts with an audible grin, Paper Route EMPIRE riser Big Moochie Grape has got the juice. Reporting live from his colorful corner of East Memphis, Moochie shares Eat Or Get Ate, his debut EP. A relentless assault of double-time rhymes and outsized flexes, Eat Or Get Ate is propelled by Moochie’s palpable hunger–he’s determined to strike it rich, and he’s gonna do it his way.

Featuring speaker-knocking production from PRE’s Bandplay, the new EP boasts previously released highlights like last week’s bass-heavy, fast-talking “Clusters,” his instantly memorable debut single Big Juice,” and the outlandish  Uh Huh Uh Huh Uh Huh, which has over 1 million video views in its first month of release and earned coverage in StereogumUproxxHipHopDX, and more. Spanning 8 hard-hitting tracks, Eat Or Get Ate EP is available to stream everywhere via Paper Route EMPIRE.

Along with the EP, Moochie shares the new video for “Clusters.” Produced by Bandplay, “Clusters” finds Moochie–or as he calls himself, “Moochie Hilfiger”–unleashing an endless array of flex-heavy punchlines in a fast-talking flow. In the video, Moochie gives us a glimpse of his boss life in East Memphis. He spends the video shirtless (with two PRE chains) in the company of two baddies, as he sips purple Kool-Aid in the kitchen, dances on the roof, and perfects his arcade skills.

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Big Moochie Grape Drops A Surprise New Track “Clusters”

Young Dolph‘s latest signee Big Moochie Grape just surprise-dropped a new track yesterday called “Clusters,” with the title apparently referring to the preferred configuration of his VVS diamonds. It was produced by Band Play so uak the beat hits, but Big Moochie Grape also has an unstoppable flow with some seriously hard hitting bars.

The whole #PRE family is going super strong right now, even having been listed at the top of XXL’s top 9 rap crews you need to know piece, so please check Big Moochie if you haven’t already had the chance.

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