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About Shaboozey

Oscillating between trap soundscapes and down-home tunes for driving dusty roads, Shaboozey is proof that rap and country music are more similar than people think. Born Collins Obinna Chibueze in 1995, Shaboozey first gained serious attention with more linear rap offerings like "Jeff Gordon," scoring a deal with Republic Records in 2017. With projects like 2018's Lady Wrangler, he showcased more dimensions to his fusion of country and hip-hop, and the formula was more or less perfected by the time he was releasing songs like 2023's earnestly yearning "Let It Burn." The next year, he parlayed that momentum into guest spots on Beyoncé's country-leaning album, COWBOY CARTER ("SWEET ★ HONEY ★ BUCKIIN'" and "SPAGHETTII"). He leveled up again with "A Bar Song (Tipsy)," a track that reimagines J-Kwon's 2004 single "Tipsy" as something you play on a country-bar jukebox. Conventional wisdom says it's a jarring twist, but whether listening to country stars, A-list rappers, or some combination of both, folks can appreciate the virtue of a good turn-up song.

Virginia, United States
May 9, 1995
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