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Stunna Gambino & A Boogie Drop “Demons”

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Stunna Gambino is one of the hottest rising rappers from Washington Heights, NYC. He has recruited A Boogie Wit da Hoodie to feature on “Demons,” his biggest hit to-date. The 19-year-old rising star from New York City’s Washington Heights self-released the original song and video in late December of 2020, a major contribution to his more than 100 million combined streams and 9 million monthly listeners on Spotify. Rihanna brought massive attention to the track after playing it during an Instagram story shortly after the single dropped. A Boogie joins the song with a verse detailing the survivor’s remorse from an upbringing in cutthroat New York streets. Stunna and A Boogie’s interplay shows chemistry and the impact of a song that continues to resonate.

Stunna Gambino & A Boogie Are A Match Made In Melodic Heaven

As a prodigy, he earned the name Stunna based on his flashy wardrobe. Luckily, made possible by his father, who worked at Bloomingdales. A love of mafia flicks inspired the “Gambino”. Stunna was taken under the wing by some older, seasoned guys on his block like a film plot. With an older brother, he began pursuing music in his adolescence.

“We built a booth out of this one wooden closet,” Stunna recalls. From a makeshift home studio to the city’s best recording spaces, the rapper spoke his truth, vented his pain, and laid out his ambitions. Gambino’s evocative voice and melodic flows first took hold of the city in late 2018 with the release of his single “Still the Same” (featuring Leeky Bandz). Before turning 18, Stunna continued to apply pressure in 2019, releasing his debut project, Underrated, including the standout single, “Switch Sides” (feat. Jay Cino), before selling out his first show at SOB’s. Stunna Gambino has since built a massive fanbase of “vultures” who’ve taken him to new heights with every release.

Check his new single with A Boogie With da Hoodie today!

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