The last music video the late ‘Queen of Memphis’ Gangsta Boo filmed before her untimely death has been released.
The song “Imma Mack,” which is from producer Drumma Boy‘s ‘Welcome To My City Vol. 4, ‘ features Three 6 Mafia’s Crunchy Black and La Chat.
The late Gangsta Boo was a pioneer in the hip-hop world, rising to fame with the acclaimed group Three 6 Mafia, which she joined at the age of just 14 years old. She had collabed with other fellow incredible artists, including, Run The Jewels, Lil Jon, Outkast, Eminem, Mulatto, Glorilla Pimp and many more.
Drumma Boy’s ‘Welcome To My City Vol. 4,’ released last November, also features the late Young Dolph, Jucee Froot, Fastcash Fizzle, Bighomie KDogg, Jessica Dime, and many more.
When speaking on his new album, Drumma said, “It’s always a special feeling being able to bring your city together and shine a spotlight on the upcoming artists and producers! Memphis has always had a plethora of talent, and it’s dope seeing it finally recognized by the world.”
Over the years, the Grammy Award-winning hit-maker has worked with several big names in the industry, including Desiigner, French Montana, Alexis Ayanna, Sevyn Streeter, T.I., Angie Stone, Too $hort, Lloyd, Ace Hood, 8Ball & MJG, Tink, Young Buck and more. Best known for producing chart-topping smash hits such as Jeezy’s “I Put On,” Migos’ “Look At My Dab,” Plies feat. T-Pain’s “Shawty” and Waka Flocka Flame’s “No Hands” feat. Roscoe and Wale.
In addition, Drumma achieved platinum status with August Alsina’s “No Love” featuring Nicki Minaj and continues to work with top artists like 2Chainz, Gucci Mane, Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Drake, Chris Brown, and Wiz Khalifa.