Bronx-bred rapper B-Lovee is leaning into his 2022 on a high note. Today, he released his new track “Don’t Change”, produced by 5ive Beats. Accompanied by a dark and sinister visual directed by Phil Meyer, “Don’t Change” is Lovee’s introduction to a bigger year with even more collaborations and visuals in the tuck. 

The 21-year-old B-Lovee grew up influenced by music from his mother and uncle. After encouraging his best friend and fellow BX drill risers Kay Folk and Dougie B to start taking their rap game serious, B-Lovee began to get his feet wet with improving his bars. With the release of tracks like “No Hook Pt.2” and “Spot Em”, Lovee began to make waves in the streets with his mixtapes which eventually landed him a deal with RECORDS/Columbia Records in 2021. After teaming up with Kay Flock on a handful of tracks including “Brotherly Love” with Dougie B and “Speed Racing” on his Kay’s EP The D.O.A Tape, the pair’s careers took off overnight as the guys caught national attention with their rapid pace of output, uncontainable energy, and becoming more inescapable in their hometown and beyond. 
As the year continued, B-Lovee blessed the streets with several street anthems including “IYKYK”, “Neaky”, “Talk About It”, “Out Of It” alongside Kay Flock and his viral banger “My Everything”, which has racked up over 36 million streams to date and garnered remixes from A Boogie Wit da Hoodie and GHerbo. Recently, B-Lovee flexed his gritty hard-hitting bars on Funk Flex and was named one of Billboard’s Hip-Hop R&B Artists To Watch in 2022

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