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Written by Aidan Werder
Bravo the Bagchaser drops a SoCal banger with “Stay Dangerous” featuring Blueface & Drakeo The Ruler - making a big splash ahead of the release of his new album, Bagchasin, which dropped on April 2nd.
Bravo the Bagchaser has been making waves lately on the West Coast and the song and visual for “Stay Dangerous” shows you exactly why. With the support of his city behind him, this rising Mexican-American rap star is making a strong case for being the next up artist out of LA with this movie - running up half a million views in its first week.
The video for “Stay Dangerous” is an all out affair by Director Carrington. Naturally bringing out the big whips and ice - with VVS each of his four fingers like the chorus states - but also bringing out all kinds of notable artists from around Southern Cali. In addition to the impressive features from Blueface and LA legend, Drakeo the Ruler - the visual features cameos from Tru Carr, Fenix Flexin, J.i Bandz, and MBNel (with collabs on the way according to Bravo’s Youtube comment) - not to mention several members from Drakeo The Ruler’s Stinc Team. The video also features the incredibly funny, WattsHomieQuan from social media and from Wild’n Out - and eagle eyed fans will notice OG 3Three of NBA seen hanging out the window of a spinning Mustang alongside Blueface.
Over the past 3 years, Bravo has built a loyal following through consistency and authenticity - constantly dropping catchy, gritty LA street music that resonates with fans of West Coat hip hop: songs like “Bag Right”, “Bravo Flexin”, and “Know Better” - all of which have racked up millions of streams and views. As shown in the “Stay Dangerous” video, Bravo has also done the all important task of building genuine connections with artists from around the city - which is made doubly clear by the features on his new album, Bagchasin. Fans of LA hip hop wil notice familiar names on the project that exclusively features Los Angeles artists - with features from G Perico, Tru Carr, Rucci, Kyle Banks, Pettypetty, and Conradfrmdaaves - and a posthumous feature from Au$tin the PacMan (RIP).
Bravo is definitely chasing that bag in 2021. With his authentic LA sound, interesting melodies, and attention to detail in everything he does - all on full display on in his new album, Bagchasin - Bravo the Bagchaser is definitely one to keep your eye on.
Check out the video for “Stay Dangerous” featuring Blueface and Drakeo The Ruler below - and be sure to check out Bravo the Bagchaser’s latest project, Bagchasin, out now.