Bronx drill rapper Dougie B returns with a hard-hitting new single and music video entitled “Stuck In My Ways.” It notably marks his first release of 2023 and paves the way for more to come. Listen to “Stuck In My Ways” – HERE. Watch the video –HERE. Between a menacing loop and thumping 808s, Dougie B unloads bars with the impact of a battering ram. The thunderous hook drops as he confesses, “Like I cannot switch up, too stuck in my ways.” The trippy accompanying visual begins with a woozy opening shot and a creepy dissolve. Dougie B and his crew post up in a studio as the camera swarms them with intense close-ups as tight as his fiery flow. Last year, Dougie B served up Nobody Bigger. Thus far, it has generated over 60 million streams and counting in addition to attracting looks from Dirty Glove Bastard, HipHopSince1987, and HotNewHipHop who declared, “Bronx drill star Dougie B shines on Nobody Bigger.” However, it’s just the beginning. Be on the lookout for more from Dougie B in 2023.
ABOUT DOUGIE B Dougie B has walked through life’s flames and emerged on the other side with a powerful and potent story to share. The 21-year-old Bronx, NY rapper opens up with no shortage of street grit and hauntingly hypnotic hooks, earning tens of millions of views and streams independently as part of a rising new vanguard alongside the likes of Kay Flock and B-Lovee. He immediately gravitated towards music as a kid. He initially drew inspiration from watching his uncle rap. At just 13-years-old, he witnessed tragedy firsthand when his father died from a series of epileptic seizures. He moved upstate with his mom, but their relationship fractured and he returned to the city. In between making his way on the streets, he listened to the likes of Gunna,Young Thug, G Herbo, Chief Keef, Kodak Black, and the late King Von. In and out of jail, he spent a year behind bars before returning home in summer 2020. He joined forces with Sha Ek and Kay Flock on the banger “No More Free Dougie B,” cracking over 2 million YouTube views. Alongside Kay Flock and B-Lovee, he unleashed “Brotherly Love” in 2021, amassing north of 20 million views. Other anthems included “Geeked” with CHII WVTTZ, SET DA TREND, and CBLU as well as “Turnt” with B-Lovee. With all of this momentum, he caught the attention of Republic Records and inked a deal with the label at the top of 2022. Since then he has piled up hundreds of millions of streams and made waves on Kay Flock’s viral “Shake it” [feat. Cardi B, Dougie B, & Bory300] which earned his Billboard Hot 100 debut. Now, he approaches the game with unbridled ambition on a series of 2023 singles following his acclaimed debut project, Nobody Bigger.