A Boogie wit da Hoodie is a boxing champ in “Bleed” MV

The song appears on the upcoming deluxe edition of ‘Artist 2.0.’

A Boogie wit da Hoodie has shared a video for his new single, “Bleed.”

On the song, A Boogie claims the crown as New York’s rap king while flexing his love for designer goods. The accompanying clip features the rapper practicing his boxing moves and riding around New York, among other scenarios.

“Bleed” will appear on the upcoming deluxe edition of Boogie’s Artist 2.0 album, which was released on Valentine’s Day. The expanded version was originally set to include ten new tracks, but “This Time” was cut due to sample clearance issues.

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A Boogie revealed on Instagram that “This Time,” which sampled Michael Jackson’s “They Don’t Really Care About Us,” did not receive clearance from the late singer’s estate as they “did not feel comfortable releasing a new song using that sample.”

The deluxe edition of Artist 2.0 arrives this Friday. While you wait for it to land, watch the video for “Bleed” below:

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