Dallas, Texas, has always been a breeding ground for raw and authentic hip-hop talent, and OG Bobby Billions is a prime example of that. Hailing from the revered Oak Cliff neighborhood, Bobby brings his gritty and distinctively raspy voice to the forefront in his latest track and video collaboration, “Trap Jumpin,” featuring Yella Beezy and Trapboy Freddy.
OG Bobby Billions isn’t just another rapper on the rise; he’s a multifaceted artist, producer, and songwriter making waves in the music scene. His debut album, “Holy Goat,” dropped on Easter in 2020 and quickly gained attention from major media outlets such as Elevator and SayCheeseTV.
His unique blend of street tales intertwined with church-like choirs sets Bobby apart, creating a sound he calls “ghetto gospel.” This distinctive fusion is showcased in tracks like “Billievers,” “Blessings,” and the mesmerizing lead single, “Outside.” With soulful melodies and deeply confessional lyrics, Bobby lays bare his life experiences, allowing listeners an unfiltered glimpse into his world.
For Bobby, music isn’t just a creative outlet; it’s a reflection of his journey. The tragic loss of his grandfather and a close friend within a short span shifted the direction of his debut project, “Holy Goat.” Raised by his grandparents, he spent his formative years immersed in church, which starkly contrasted with the realities of the hood. This duality infuses his music with a unique and refreshing Southern hip-hop sound that resonates with audiences far and wide.
With “Trap Jumpin” featuring Yella Beezy and Trapboy Freddy, Bobby continues to solidify his presence as an artist who brings a fresh perspective to the urban music scene, representing the heart and soul of Dallas.