Since 2017, Big Moochie Grape has continued to make his presence known in the HipHop scene. The East Memphis rapper hasn’t forgotten what the streets taught him and he brings that energy every time he’s behind the mic.
Furthermore, the Paper Route Empire rapper continues to put out bangers like a seasoned artist. So far, he’s dropped viral tracks like “I’m The One” and “Never Had S**t.” The two tracks alone garnished over 1 million views on YouTube. This past summer, Grape dropped his raunchy-filled track “Cotton Candy” that raked in a few thousand views as well. At this point, Grape definitely deserves recognition from every HipHop media outlet out there.
Recently, the East Memphis emcee dropped his newest offering “Get Money Catch Bodies” which comes right on the heels of Halloween. The song finds Big Moochie Grape tapping into his “inner monster.” The last thing we want to do is to upset the rapper.
Big Moochie Grape Gets Scary
When it comes to Big Moochie Grape, the guy still puts on for his city and the streets. In other words, it’s not in anyone’s best interest to go up against the rapper. His newest song “Get Money Catch Bodies” makes it clear he’s the wrong guy to cross. The rapper talks about rising from the ghettos and prospering in his new life of fame and fortune. At the same time, he refuses to deal with cappers and the haters alike. In the video, Big Moochie Grape gets scary.
At this point in his career, Grape doesn’t have time for nonsense. Moreover, the visuals find the rapper and his crew cruising the Memphis streets. Additionally, Grape shows off his bling as he walks around decked in his East Haiti Baby and PRE chains. He even counts his hard-earned dollars, loving his life as a rapper and hustler.
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Big Moochie Grape has had a great year in 2022. The guy has been going none stop, hitting all the marks. He’s worked under the direction of Young Dolph, dropped a handful of viral hits and even comes from a town known for breeding talent. Clearly, Grape has a lot going for him. Be sure to catch up on more music from East Memphis rapper Big Moochie Grape.