Shordie Shordie exploded onto the rap scene with his slapper “Bitchuary.” While he hails from the streets of Baltimore, this upbeat bop has been heard in clubs and on radio airwaves up and down the West Coast. On the chorus, he spits “Bitch you a dog and your homegirl too!”, inspired by a real-life experience in Shordie’s life. Real name Raquan Hudson got his start in music in this group called Peso De Mafia, comprised of him, his brother and cousin. They went on to produce “Money Man,” which eventually became a viral hit. In 2018, he released his project titled Captain Hook, which highlights his ability to deliver fire choruses. Now, he unleashes the official remix to “Bitchuary” with Wiz Khalifa and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie.

Shordie Shordie plays at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 27 at The Echo.

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