Highbridge reps heavy in the tropics in A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Don Q and Trap Manny‘s “Vroom Vroom” video.

The Rock Davis-directed visual dropped on Thursday (September 3) and arrived just after a tweet from A Boogie that alluded to much more on the way.

“Hoodie Season approaching..” he wrote on Twitter the day prior.

The Murda Beatz and Cardiak-produced “Vroom Vroom” will live on the forthcoming Highbridge The Label Compilation, a group effort from the Bronx crew that will also likely feature July’s “Flood My Wrist” with A Boogie, Don Q and Lil Uzi Vert.

A Boogie has been working non-stop in 2020. In February, the “Drowning” artist released the 20-track Artist 2.0, featuring his platinum-certified single “Numbers” with Roddy Ricch, Gunna and London On Da Track. Young Thug, DaBaby, Summer Walker, Khalid and Uzi all made appearances as well. Four months later, he followed up with a deluxe version of the project that featured nine new tracks.

Revisit the video for “Flood My Wrist” below and watch “Vroom Vroom” up top.

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