Leaves are falling, the temperature is dropping, and it’s officially cuffing season. To stay warm in the cold winter months, SleazyWorld Go knows it’s best to stay boo’d up. On his latest single, “With My Boo,” SleazyWorld Go aims to create this cuffing season’s anthem — a departure from his streets-first style, “With My Boo,” sees Sleazy flex romantic bars over a PRODUCER beat. In the official video, shot by Jerry Production (Lil Durk), SleazyWorld Go spoils his love interest Big Boss Vette with flowers, date nights, and more. Check out the video above.
Breakout rapper SleazyWorld Go earned his latest in a series of accolades earlier this summer with the announcement that he was selected as a 2023 XXL Freshman; the first artist to represent both Kansas City, MO, and Grand Rapids, MI, on the prestigious magazine cover. Since then, he’s made an appearance at the 2023 BET Awards, released the anthemic “Don’t Get Your Feelings In It” featuring fellow XXL Freshman Luh Tyler, and has been in the studio working on his forthcoming debut album.
SleazyWorld Go’s hot streak began in 2019, following a personal transformation behind bars. The artist whose mom moved his family from Grand Rapids, Michigan, to Kansas City, Missouri, searching for a better life, wanted to move in a positive direction. Music was his method. In 2022 he took off, with “Sleazy Flow” introducing him to the masses (the song is 2x RIAA Certifiied Platinum), and leading to a remix featuring Lil Baby and a debut mixtape Where The Shooters Be that featured hip hop heavyweights Lil Baby, Offset, G Herbo, and more. In 2023, he expanded on WTSB with Where The Shooters Be 2, dropped “Off The Court” featuring Polo G, was announced by Spotify as an Artist To Watch in 2023, and iHeartRadio announced him as nominee for Best New Hip Hop Artist. With raw talent and proven superstar potential, it’s clear that in 2023 and beyond SleazyWorld Go’s list of accolades will only continue to grow.
“A champion for the underdog.” — XXL
“SleazyWorld Go reached the national hip-hop stage by rapping about Kansas City.” — NPR
“SleazyWorld Go is a force to be reckoned with.” — HotNewHipHop
“Unlike other rappers with punch-in-heavy styles, Sleazy doesn’t jam bars closely together. Instead, he lets them breathe, giving his sly taunts and twisted jokes a chance to sink in before the next one hits.” — The FADER