It’s been nearly 16 months since Bobby Shmurda came home from a long-winded prison stint. In the time since his prison release, the “Shmoney Dance” artist has also been able to break free from his record deal with Epic Records.
Now, Bobby Shmurda has started his own label named GS9 in partnership with ONErpm, and is set to release his first post-prison nine-song EP “BodBoy” on August 5.
To whet our appetites, the now independent rapper has been sharing a steady stream of new tracks ever since he exited his record deal with Epic. Shmurda’s latest release and first single from “Bodboy” titled “Hoochie Daddy,” is a spin-off of Uncle Luke’s “Hoochie Mama” and sees Bobby experimenting with a more fast-paced sound.
Watch the new video from the viral hit “Hoochie Daddy” below:
Back in February 2021, Shmurda was released from Clinton Correctional Facility in New York after serving six years of his seven-year sentence. Bobby was arrested in 2014 and charged with a variety of crimes including murder, attempted murder, assault and drug dealing. He was sentenced to seven years in prison in 2016, but was eligible for early release based on time he had served before pleading guilty and for good behavior in prison.
- From The Slums
- Hoochie Daddy
- Whole Brick
- No Sense
- Glock Inside ft. Fat Tony
- 9 On God ft. Rowdy Rebel