Produced by P2J and Kofo, the track serves as the third single of the New York-born rapper's upcoming album, 'Me vs Myself', which is set for a November 4 release.

AceShowbiz - A Boogie Wit da Hoodie's music video for "Take Shots" is finally out. The visuals arrived just a few days after the "Look Back at It" emcee released the Tory Lanez-assisted track.

The clip finds A Boogie and Tory rapping their verses in a house party filled with sexy women. "Ayy, I can get you drunk, sloppy, top me/ Get ahead low like lobby, beat it up, Rocky/ Chain swingin', name ringin'/ S**t changed, don't entertain the same women," the latter rhymes in his bars.

A Boogie then continues in the chorus, "Look, take shots, take shots, take shots/ Shot after shot." He adds, "What drink you drink? 'Cause I'm tryna ease your mind/ Sip slow, don't drink fast, I'm tryna make this last/ Oh, oh.

"Take Shots" is produced by P2J and Kofo. It's the third track of A Boogie's upcoming album, "Me vs Myself", which is set for a November 4 release. The New York-born rapper previously dropped "B.R.O." featuring Roddy Ricch.

Born Artist Julius Dubose, A Boogie announced the album back in September. At that time, he also shared its cover art on social media, which features him as an animated character staring at his own reflection in a lake with two orange butterflies close to him.

"Me vs Myself" will serve as A Boogie's first full-length studio album since 2020's "Artist 2.0". Arriving in February that year, it debuted at No. 2 and was certified platinum by the RIAA in December 2021.

A Boogie himself has previously teamed up with Tory for the latter's track "Role Call". The song appeared on the Canadian emcee's latest album "Sorry 4 What", which arrived on Friday, September 30. It consists of 19 other tracks, including "Bad B***hes Wrk & Taboo", "Sex Songs", "Hennessey Memories" and "This Ain't Working" among others.

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