Controversial Rapper Buggzy Hoffa Releases new song “Pray On”
Brooklyn rapper Buggzy Hoffa releases a new single “Pray On”, that addresses the pandemic, the election, racial tensions, and everyday life in America. Buggzy Hoffa recently signed to Hip Hop Veteran, Pioneer, and Heavyweight Eric B (of Eric B & Rakim fame and Blue Bloods) Eric B Music Group/Sony and decided to go in another direction from his chart ranking singles in Firehose (peaking at #23) and the current single that is climbing the charts “Head Bussa” (#27 on R&B/Hip Hop Charts).
“Pray On” has a great feel with an infectious hook that can be played anywhere. With listeners of all ages being able to enjoy the song. One can easily surmise you may hear this record everywhere before the new president takes off in late January.
After listening to some of Buggzy’s former releases we were inclined to ask what was his inspiration. “Swisher called me and said he had a song for me. I heard the track and immediately knew this song would be different than everything I was doing. With covid, the election, black lives matter movement, and the way life has changed so quickly inspired me to create the song”, he stated.
When asked did he feel hope from the elections he stated, “I feel hopeful that people have a desire to have an America that we all can love. Not just a chosen few. I may benefit from some of the policies of 45 but what is being able to take a few more trips private or cop some really nice toys in comparison where my neighbors aren’t eating, or afraid for their children to leave the house. We have an opportunity to truly make America great again without the rhetoric, racist dog whistles, and people undermining other people’s rights to the pursuit of life, liberty, and pursuit of happiness. That is my hope to see everyone have a chance at the American Dream”.
Check out the “Pray On” on Youtube
Itunes https://music.apple.com/us/album/pray-on/1539050876?i=1539051187 And anywhere else you get your music.