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Boogie Madeoff Sits Explains His Grind On Latest Release, “I Can Sleep When I Die”



Welcome to BUZZ, Boogie Madoff! We loved "I Can Sleep When I Die," so we had to ask: Could you take us through your creative process for this release?

This creative process was expensive because I wanted to do many things myself; instead of buying studio time, I bought my studio and set it up in my house. I reached out to Slimmy on the beats. I told him I needed a banger, and he sent me back this.


How did you decide to feature Kyng LeLe on the track, and what was it like working with him?


I've known King Kyng Le Le since we were 15, and we were in group homes together and went to the same school for a bit. I knew I needed something different for the hook, and he's the first person I thought of.


Who would you say has had the most significant influence on your musical direction and why?


My kids have the biggest influence on my direction. I'm older now, and I'm doing everything for them.


What does music mean to you, and what goals do you want to achieve through your music?


Music means everything to me outside of my day job. I know this is something I'm great at; I want to successfully put out a record through a selected few platforms and then shop myself to get a deal.


What's next for Boogie Madeoff?

Next for me is to keep working on this single until my numbers go up. I have a couple more songs and videos coming after this, and for all my fans, if you want more exclusive content, go to my website, boogiemadeoffmusic.com



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