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Brooklyn Driller Rah Swish Announces WOO Forever EP, Arriving This Summer via WOO Ent./EMPIRE
The Canarsie Native’s Upcoming EP Will Feature Energetic Local Hits Like “Treeshin'” and “WOO Forever,” Which Debuts On DSPs Today
“As the New York City street rap renaissance continues, it seems like new guys are coming around every corner with a banger. Enter Rah Swish, whose latest song, ‘Treeshin’,’ is a stereo system’s dream: bass-heavy, belligerent, and demanding to be cranked to max volume.” – Pitchfork
“New York’s Secret Weapon” – Kazi Magazine
A statement from Rah Swish:
“Music has always been a powerful tool for our people. Dating back to spirituals, to getting over a loss of a loved one, music has been there to move us forward. I pray, as an artist, my fans can find a moment of piece from the craziness that surrounds us.
Today, ‘Woo Forever’ will be released on all platforms, as it has been in the system schedule for a while. Not sure if it helps. Maybe it will for one person, and if it does, then I am glad. It will be Woo forever, as it is more important that WE as black people WILL BE HERE FOREVER!”
With a deep voice and a brash demeanor, Rah Swish carries the flame for Canarsie hip-hop. Honoring the memory of his close friend Pop Smoke even as he builds his own legacy, Rah Swish announces WOO Forever, his upcoming EP. Though it reflects the dark realities of street life, Rah Swish’s brand of drill gets a lift from the emcee’s crackling energy, as he fills every space with wild ad-libs (“WOO”) and toe-tags each beat with merciless precision. Over the EP’s eight tracks, including the remix to promiscuous local hit “Treeshin’,” Rah Swish proves that he’s ready and able to keep the WOO alive. WOO Forever EP arrives this Summer via WOO Entertainment/EMPIRE.
Along with the announcement of the EP, Rah Swish announces that his recent single “WOO Forever” is now available to stream on all platforms. Rampaging atop an apocalyptic instrumental, complete with fire-and-brimstone synths and BK drill’s signature wobbling bass, Rah establishes himself as an unstoppable force on “WOO Forever,” unafraid to reveal the pain behind his authoritative bravado: “Lost Pop and the pain hurt/Tryna stay focused, I drink on this liquor and take percs.” In the video, released in late April via Worldstar HipHop (433k views), Rah Swish give sus a glimpse of chaotic life in Canarsie, as he poses in his Lambo with his WOO associates.
Emerging as the head honcho of Brooklyn’s Never Broke Again clique (no affiliation with YoungBoy), Rah Swish quickly became a name to watch in Brooklyn’s flourishing rap scene. A longtime friend and associate of the late Pop Smoke, Rah Swish built a cult following in his neighborhood with hits like “Debo” and “Double It.” The 22-year-old rapper dropped his debut mixtape Look What They Started in 2019. After a period of mourning Pop, Rah Swish is ready to follow in Pop’s footsteps and bring the WOO to a national audience. Stay tuned later this month, when Rah Swish unveils his BK Belly short film.
Buy/Stream “WOO Forever”: https://empire.ffm.to/WOOforever
Watch “WOO Forever”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cSBhHn5Bn8
Hailing from Canarsie, Brooklyn, Rah Swish is one of the first to carve out the newfound drill scene in New York City. Rah Swish teamed up with childhood friends to make a rap collective named N.B.A., which stood for “Never Broke Again.” After garnering millions of views on group songs, Rah began to release music as a solo act and built a highly engaged core following with early standout records like “Debo,” “Back Up,” “This & That,” and “Double It” with Pop Smoke. Dropping his first body of work in 2019 entitled “Look What They Started,” Rah quickly began to catapult to new heights with the breakout single “Treeshin’,” which became the unapologetic theme song for thotty activity all over his city and reached 2 million views on Youtube in a matter of months. In 2020, Rah has continued to put New York on notice with standout videos like “Too Much” featuring Bizzy Banks,“War Time” and “Who Run The City”. Rah draws inspiration from 50 Cent, Lil Wayne, Jay-Z, Drake, and of course, Rah Swish. WOO!
“WOO Forever”: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cSBhHn5Bn8