The Bronx-born rapper dropped by the Hennessy Interview Lounge with DJ Self to discuss his Tri State-area roots and Powerhouse NYC homecoming.
"I feel amazing as always," he said. "That stage is a blessing for me."
When asked if he's becoming the face of hip hop in New York, Boogie told Self that all he knows is that he gets love everywhere he goes. He said people listen to his lyrics when he plays shows, and other rappers respect what he does.
Boogie added that he's obsessed with working in the studio. He confirmed he has lots of new music and collabs are on the way, but he's holding down some of the details for now.