Bobby Shmurda is removing himself from the drill music scene by declaring that he will never create tracks in this rap subgenre.
Bobby Shmurda Isn’t About The Drill Music Life
The Brooklyn rapper claimed on Instagram this past Sunday (August 7) that he will not make drill music because he does not want to be like everyone else. Shmurda released a video of Bashworld, a Youtuber, complimenting his song, “Hoochie Daddy” while requesting that his music not be classified.
He wrote, “If you try to put me in a category or a box, you gonna hurt your head. I do what hatters cannot #Nahimsay,” he tweeted. “I do not do drill. I will never be a minion, and they cannon clone me since I am truly unique.”
Bobby Shmurda was certain in an interview done recently with AllHipHop that his music is not drill and praised Chief Keef as a pioneer.
He state, “I am not drill; I am Shmurda music. It is never routine. Shmurda music. Because of this, I believe that drill is similar to Chief Keef. When I say Chief, I am referring to everything he oversaw. Because several of these n*ggas appeared on Chief in the entire situation.”
Shmurda continued by saying, “My excrement is dance music. All of my sh*t will be danceable. Everything you want to do is going to be danced to. I believe that drill music is more like…dark music. MY sh*t is more dance music, but it is authentic warrior music. It is warrior, champion, and alpha music. It is music by Shmurda…it’s domination.”
Friday (August 5), Bobby Shmurda dropped his first album since his release from prison. The nine-track self-released EP by Bodboy features contributions from Rowdy Rebel and Fat Tony.