Northern California rapper Shabibz is touting his latest single “Booty Go,” featuring YSL member, BSlime. The upbeat track arrives just in time for summer, as it’s definitely an anthem that is meant to dance and vibe to. On the new track, Shabibz and BSlime find their rhythm and match the harmonious melody of the beat. The two artists slide on the track and capture the energy of the summer.
“This single is pure energy and fun,” Shabibz says. “It’s an anthem for bad bitches everywhere, anywhere, in any shape, size or form.”
With “Booty Go,” versatile rapper Shabibz is looking to take over the summer with his freshest single. With a sound that can be described as wavy, fresh, and authentic, Shabibz is an artist who is ever-evolving, yet is able to stay true to his core of creating music that’s engaging.
A product of his culture, the Lebanon-born and Sacramento-raised rapper Shabibz is bridging the gap between two cultures and sharing his story along the way. From a young age Shabibz has always been the definition of a creative, whether it was writing poems, or building, creativeness always ran through him.
“Booty Go” will also be accompanied by a music video, shot by Never Panic Films & Director Connor Films, two affiliates of the Young Stoner Life Records faculty.
“It’s a culture deeper than ass shaking,” he continued. “I want people to feel empowered about themselves when playing this slap. Tap in to a higher frequency and feel good. Go crazy.”
As far as what’s next, Shabibz has been in the studio crafting his sophomore project. Following his well received debut Step Back, he has teased a fall release date with the BSlime-assisted single “Booty Go,” to be featured on the upcoming project as well.
Stay tuned for the visual dropping later this month. In the meantime, here’s his latest release, “Booty Go” ft. BSlime below.