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Ez Mil releases “Up Down” remix with A Boogie Wit da Hoodie




Shady Records’ Ez Mil is back with A Boogie Wit da Hoodie on the new remix of his smash hit song “Up Down.” The original track is titled “Up Down (Step & Walk),” and is produced by Ezekiel himself. The song is from his 2022 album, DU4LI7Y. Ez just rides this 16bit futuristic beat. With a mix of old school boom bap careless flow artillery and a hint of A.I. style. Accompanied by his little robot friend, R4C7 on synths.

Last year, Eminem shared a social media post about Ez Mil’s song “Up Down (Step & Walk)” and wrote: “This is why we signed him.” Slim Shady was so impressed by the song and it led to an exciting turn of events as Ez made the journey from Vegas to Los Angeles to meet with Dr. Dre and Eminem for the very first time. The meeting sparked a strong bond between Ez Mil and Eminem, leading Em to sign him to Shady Records and eventually collaborate on a track called “Realest,” the song that showcases their incredible rap acrobatics, with a pulsating beat and an array of complex multisyllabic rhyme schemes and clever wordplay that harkens back to Marshall’s legendary style.

“Up Down (Step and Walk)” also has a music video with over 4.3 million views on YouTube. It’s a collaboration between the rapper himself and Creative Director & TRYBE founder Phil Tayag. The song first premiered at the NBA LA Clippers vs. Utah Jazz halftime performance and was well received with millions watching the performance live or online. The visual art focused on dance and he was excited to work with the award winning choreographer who’s also worked with Bruno Mars, Anderson .Paak, and Paul McCartney. Growing up, Ezekiel was a huge fan of hip-hop and dance, he would spend countless hours studying dance and music videos any chance he could whether at school or in Internet cafes in the Philippines.

It’s remix time baby | 3.15.24” Ez Mil announced on social media. Some fans instantly thought Eminem was on the remix as it’s Slim Shady’s one of favorite songs from his catalog. But some of them wanted Royce 5’9″ or GRIP. One of the user commented: “Hopsin would be sick or royce da 59.” Another said: “I want @grip or/and @westsideboogie on it. Shady needs to start making the label’s talent seem more like a family.” But it turned out to be, Highbridge, New York-born hip-hop artist, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, who is currently signed to Atlantic Records. You can bump the new remix below: