“Top Ramen” by The Bul Bey: #DatGetRightMusic

 In #DatGetRightMusic, Hip-Hop Elevation, Music Elevation

"Top Ramen" by The Bul Bey makes the New GetRight Music playlist because its Hip-Hop.  Not here to debate what hip-hop is with anyone but I will eventually get around to expressing my definition of what it is.  The best way to express what's Hip-Hop to me is to share what I like.  Everyone should know by now, no matter what the music genre is, it has to groove me.  Hip-Hop has to have groove, too, if it's gonna make #datgetrightmusic playlist.  "Top Ramen" has groove and The Bul Bey can flow.  Combine that with lyrics I can dig and we got Hip-Hop. What really sets the track off is the soulful singing ending the track that grabs me by fat on my belly.

Biography from Facebook

Energetic Philadelphia wordsmith The Bul Bey has yet to take his foot off the gas. Emerging in 2014 as Illvibe Media’s newest signee, Bey quickly assumed duties as the official host of the wildly popular Friends and Fam party fronted by DJ Matthew Law. Gaining momentum, Bey began working with the likes of !llmind, Like (of Pac Div), Roots Crew affiliate STS and more. After the release of the infectious single “Where I’m From,” Bey continued to push forward with the release of the official video for the track and his lyrical gut punch of a full-length debut, the 2015 Shaking Hands and Kissing Babies LP.

Never one to rest on his laurels, The Bul Bey hit the road soon after to promote the project with a series of dates in Los Angeles, Dallas, New York, Chicago, Orlando and even Dublin. Bey’s travels have found him headlining small venues and sharing larger stages with a diverse selection of celebrated rap veterans, including Oddisee, Rapper Big Pooh, Black Milk, Rapsody, Mickey Factz and Joell Ortiz.

Back in the studio working on the follow-up to SHKB, The Bul Bey is preparing to debut new music and embark upon new adventures during the summer of 2016. Focused on both the feeling of the music and his Philadelphia roots, Bey is readying a release packed to the gills with plenty of candor, poetry and copious amounts of soul.

Bringing youthful curiosity and a bottomless pit of energy to every endeavor, The Bul Bey moves closer to his career goals of crushing every stage and owning each sweat-drenched second of euphoria that is the magic hour.

“It's 1am, the party is packed and sweaty, everything is ripe, and the Dj plays that feel good song that gives everyone a shot of energy that keeps them going for the next 5 hours. That's the music I make.”

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