Rhyme Report

Published on January 20th, 2016 | by Jerry Doby


New Music: Love and Hip Hop’s BBOD ‘Hell of a Night’

Love And Hip Hop New York’s newest bad girls BBOD (@ItsBBOD) have been heating up your TV screens on VH1 with the drama. But these two deliver just as much drama in the studio as they do on your TV screens. The Harlem female rap duo has been getting tons of backlash from the critics over their “THOT” single. Miss Moe Money & Lexxy return to redeem themselves with a new single, “Hell Of A Night.”

Overall Rating: 3/5 Love the sonics and their voices mesh well together. I’m not certain this song challenged them enough though, I can hear MORE and I want it!!! All you have to do is listen to their salute to the Lox in their remake of “We Gonna Make It,” and you KNOW they can bring it if challenged correctly.

BBOD embodies female empowerment the strong & sexy duo are tackling the entertainment industry one day at a time. Like the world renowned Salt & Pepper, BBOD is one to watch. BBOD has unique sound, SexxyLexxy and MissMoeMoney are, without a doubt, 2016 answer and are set to become the first female rap duo to make their mark in music. BBOD has garner the respect of Radio by being voted as the rap duo group they want “Put In The Game” on “Sway in the morning” radio show. BBOD has had sought out collaboration with numerous artist in the rap genres such as Juelz Santana, Grammy Award Winner / Producer Stevie J and Harlem’s very own Doug E. Fresh. 
BBOD’s work ethic is consistent and steadfast to open for notable artist such as Rick Ross at the Hammerstein Ballroom, Lil’ Kim at Paradise Theater. Thanks to their efforts, Harlem PAL has endorsed them as advocates for giving back to kids in their community. The dynamic duo never forgot where they came from and always remember to thank God for helping them make it this far. With such great values, their motto “If you can dream it, you can achieve it” is certainly true. ARE YOU READY WORLD? … ITS BBOD!!!

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Editor-in-Chief of The Hype Magazine, and internationally published arts & entertainment journalist. Member of the U.S. Department of Arts and Culture as well as the United States Press Corps.

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