Big Boogie Unveils New Vaporous Video For “Kush Breath” From “Definition of Big Dude” Project

CMG hip-hop artist Big Boogie unveiled a new music video for his song, “Kush Breath” and appears on Boogie’s newly-released project, “Definition of Big Dude” via Yo Gotti’s CMG Records. 

In the visual directed by Jay Legion and filmed in Atlanta, Boogie is seen counting wads of money as he raps about the quality of weed he smokes, beautiful women and cutting off his haters. “Kush Breath” is the third visual that Boogie has released from his “Definition of Big Dude” mixtape and comes after he dropped videos for “Members Intro” and “Twelve Four.”

On the heels of his new release, the Memphis native was recently profiled on XXL’s The Break and featured in ComplexHotNewHipHop and The Source, among others. Most recently, he appeared on On The Radar and delivered a riveting performance of “Twelve Four.”

Boogie has maintained his momentum since releasing his project “Underrated,” which debuted at No. 9 on Spotify’s Top Albums Chart. His single “Pop Out” generated massive momentum en route to reaching No. 10 on the Urban Mainstream radio charts and his video for “Pussy Power (Remix)” featuring Moneybagg Yo peaked at No. 24 on YouTube Music’s Trending chart.  

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Aside from his solo projects, Boogie also shined alongside his labelmates on the CMG compilation album, “Gangsta Art,” with standout songs like “KeKe” and “Buss Down.” Boogie – also known as Big Dude – signed to CMG in November 2020, when Gotti gifted him with an iced-out CMG chain during a dinner ceremony to welcome him to the acclaimed label. 

Nearly a year later, the Memphis Grizzlies invited Boogie to be a halftime performer at their 2021-22 home openerat the FedEx Forum against the Cleveland Cavaliers.