Boosie, and YoungBoy Never Broke Again have paved a path of victory for emerging Baton Rouge rappers.
The Louisiana city has become a surging hotbed for rising talent, and by the looks of things, BBG Baby Joe is next in line to bear the torch. BBG Baby Joe, born Joseph Dentrell Robinson, is the latest hip-hop artist out of The Capital City. The Cinematic Music Group signee began gaining traction with his debut project NBA Gurilla, which spawned hits like “Draco,” “Smoke” and his most viral single, “Iraq.” The latter and it’s accompanying visual has garnered over four million views and streams in less than a year, proving the 20-year-old is one of the bigger forces to be reckoned with in 2019. His rawness and authenticity has gotten him noticed by everyone from Blocboy JB to Birdman, and is ever-apparent on his latest offering, B4 It’s All Said & Done. BBG Baby Joe’s new project, debuts a track list that conveys a storytelling atmosphere that describes who he is, where he comes from, what shaped him, to the man he is today. From “Letter to Boo” memorializing a fallen brother, to Hot Boy a single with heavy features that is bound to be an anthem for Southern Trappers, the tone is defining the type of rapper BBG Baby Joe really is. .