Bruh Bruh has been rapping since he was 12 years old. However, he did not release anything until just a few years ago, when he started getting serious about making it into a career. Since then, he has been collaborating with both local artists and big names across the US. He has seen fast-rising success within the past year, with 2021 shaping up to be his biggest year yet.
Since he was born and raised in West Oakland, CA, Bruh Bruh had first collaborated with rap artists located in the San Francisco Bay Area. While he has worked with local Bay Area artists like Cash Clock Boog, who is currently based out of Richmond, CA, he has also worked with some big names as well.
One of these is Drug Rixh Peso. This music artist routinely has been getting well over a million views on his music videos that are up on YouTube. Bruh Bruh has been fortunate enough to travel and do features with mainstream artists like Drug Rixh Peso. He has also been working with major producers like Zaytoven Beatz, who is the producer of famed artist Gucci Mane.
You could argue that the biggest name of them all is Trapboy Freddy, who routinely gets millions of views on his music videos on YouTube. Bruh Bruh had made his way down to Dallas, Texas to collaborate with Trapboy Freddy on a song called Don’t Understand Me. This song, released at the end of 2020, helped Bruh Bruh’s continued rise in the rap world. To date, the music video has been watched over 120,000 times on WorldStarHipHop.
Traveling to places like Detroit to collaborate with Payroll Giovanni and Dallas to work with Trapboy Freddy has been something that Bruh Bruh has enjoyed doing. He is someone who is highly dedicated to doing what it takes, including traveling across the country, to increase his prominence within the rap world. You could say that Bruh Bruh is willing to go the extra mile to get featured, feature, and collaborate with other artists he feels he can vibe with. That is why he seeks out other artists who he feels he has good chemistry with, and jumps on the opportunity to work with them.
Thanks to all of his efforts, he has released a number of tracks already, with many more slated to be released. To date, some of his biggest releases have been Pandemic, High Speed, Don’t Understand Me ft. Trapboy Freddy, and Who Could I Lean On. He also released a six-track EP on January 1st entitled End of December.
With around 100 unreleased songs that he is sitting on, along with 20 visual features, there is a lot more to come from this Bay Area rap artist.