He Speaks For The Hood
1. Staying alive is a full-time job in East Flatbush. And, Bobby Shmurda is a living example of what young men in Brooklyn go through on a day to day basis. The same way that Chief Keef, Lil Reese and lil Bibby speak for the 25 and under in Chicago.
He Represents The "New" New York
2. Many old school hip-hop heads crave New York's nostalgic 1990s sound, but that old NYC sound may be the reason New York hip-hop is lagging behind Atlanta and California's hip-hop scene. Shmurda's stop and go flow may be unusual for a New York rapper, however, like A$AP Mob, Shmurda is bringing a different style to New York that the younger generation rocks with.
Bobby Keeps It Honest In His Music
3. For example, on his "Shmurda Freestyle," Bobby raps lines like 'I make $200-$300 a day.' This type of honesty is refreshing after constantly hearing rappers say that they're doing Rich Porter numbers.
His "Hot Nigga" Video Has Over 1 Million Views And Counting
4. Since March 2014, Shmurda's song "Hot Nigga" has garnered more 1 million views on Youtube. The street acclaimed track shows Shmurda's potential for making catchy radio song while keeping his gangsta.
5.The Shmoney Dance is blowing upDetroit Piston' Brandon Jennings Tweeted from his accout: 'Bobby Shumurda got the hottest song out. Facts.' Have you not seen the Vine clip? Shmoney Dance is the flyest thing to pop over the 4th of July Weekend.
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