took the South by storm last year with his still-hard-to-believe, Will Ferrell-inspired dance craze,"Do the Ricky Bobby."
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Despite the awkward inspiration, the people heard and obeyed. Requests for the track popped up all over the nation, and, in turn, it posted B-Hamp on the hip-hop charts for eight-plus weeks.
Reveling a bit in the fame he's acquired from that single, B-Hamp's now released a new track, "Fooly" featuring Cor'ess. The song tells the tale of his massive income and swanky lifestyle. B-Hamp premiered his new video for the song this weekend (see it above)--on, of all places, CW33.
Anyway, the vid showcases his entourage, women, airfare, Sidekick, watch, and shades from the Forever K Michael eyewear collection which he is now the face of.
As for the song, "Fooly" is pretty much a back-to-basics rap track, complete with a touch of goofy charm from the lyricist, who admits he was a class clown as a kid. But without a gimmick like the Talladega Nights reference, it will be interesting to see how he stacks up to his hip-hop competition.