Alamo Records’ Brickboy Dior maintains his momentum as he releases another single just in time for the new year. “Shake Sum” is Brickboy’s latest anthem and is guaranteed to make you a fan — if you aren’t one already.
“I can tap into just about any genre and make something that people can relate to,” said upcoming artist Brickboy Dior — and he did just that. The 20-year-old rapper taps into a funky, pop, 80s style synth that would easily fit into an episode of Miami Vice.
“Shake Sum” is the perfect banger to end the year as the track gives listeners all the hype and motivation they need to walk into 2021.
As he hits the sea on a yacht with a few models. Brickboy effortlessly raps about his desire to earn enough money to support his dream lifestyle, his family, and his team. Rapping: “Shake sum, Just got off my ass, time to make sum/Puttin’ in that work, Imma grind ’til my day come.” “Shake Sum” is the third visual from Brickboydior in recent months, following his hard-hitting “Talk My Sh*t” ft. TOKYO’S REVENGE and the inspirational “Dreams & Nightmares.”
The West Palm Beach native isn’t sparing anyone who gets in his way as he climbs the ladder of success. Earlier in the year. Brickboy released “Life of Brick,” which quickly gained the attention of his South Florida fanbase.
The song, which is nearing 500,000 views on YouTube, also gained popularity on another infamous app. Once “Life of Brick” reached the ears of TikTok’s most-followed user, Charli D’Amelio, all it took was one video of her dancing to the song for it to rack up 57 million views.
As a natural-born talent who can spit bars, play piano, cello, violin, and bass, the young emcee is quickly becoming a major voice in the South Florida rap scene. Brickboy offers a new kind of hardcore trap with artists like BigChildSupport and Lil Satan. Stay tuned for much more from the young artist in 2021, including new music videos, more high-profile collaborations, and a new EP.
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