Shaboozey Rocks The Stage With ‘A Bar Song’ And J-Kwon’s ‘Tipsy’ Remix at 2024 BET Awards

At the 2024 BET Awards, Shaboozey ignited a lively party atmosphere with his dynamic performance; the rising country star delighted audiences with his new hit ‘A Bar Song (Tipsy)’, performed amidst a vibrant bar-themed set that brought his music to life on stage.

Adding to the excitement, Shaboozey surprised fans by inviting rapper J-Kwon to join him for a special remix of their songs, incorporating J-Kwon’s iconic 2004 anthem ‘Tipsy’ into his country single. This unexpected collaboration showcased Shaboozey’s versatility and ability to blend genres, captivating the audience with his energetic stage presence.

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Shaboozey 2024 BET Awards
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Earlier in the evening, Shaboozey shared his excitement about performing at the BET Awards, reflecting on his journey from being an audience member in the past to taking centre stage as an artist. “Man, it’s a dream come true, honestly man,” he expressed. “A couple years ago, I was sitting about a hundred rows back watching people perform, so to be able to give my story on that stage is a dream come true — surreal.”

Discussing the resurgence of Black country artists gaining prominence, Shaboozey emphasised the importance of diversity in music. “Country music is America’s music,” he affirmed. “It’s music about different stories from different people in different walks of life. We can’t be missing those Black stories as well. You’ve got to hear those as well.”

Reflecting on his breakthrough year in music, Shaboozey opened up about the impact of his recent successes, including the release of his third studio album, “Where I’ve Been, Isn’t Where I’m Going, and his contribution to Beyoncé’s acclaimed Cowboy Carter album. “I’ve been doing music for such a long time, I’ve put a lot of time and years into it,” he shared. “To see it actually working, it’s unreal.”

As he continues to rise in the music industry, Shaboozey remains grounded yet excited about the future. “It feels like a dream. It feels like I’m definitely going to wake up at some point and be like, ‘damn, that’s— was a dream?’’ he mused, grateful for the journey that has brought him to this exhilarating moment in his career.

-Sushmita Sarkar