Leading into this year’s second annual Rolling Loud Festival in NYC, the official festival DJ, DJ Five Venoms, teams up with buzzing rapper and Bronx native Elijah the Boy to release their new collaboration “What I Said”. And the collaboration does not disappoint; showing off a range of personality and lyrical prowess, Elijah the Boy raps seamlessly over Venoms’ gritty trap beat from start to finish. Shot in ATL during Venoms’ stop on the SoulFly tour with popular rapper Rod Wave, the official video for “What I Said” offers a fast-paced visual that lends itself to a party atmosphere we’re all craving after quarantine. The two artists possess an impressive synergy and the braggadocious nature of their new track is sure to make audiences hype. All too familiar with the festival atmosphere, artists like DJ Five Venoms know how to produce larger than life tracks fit for a huge crowd. Paired with Elijah’s confident and boisterous energy, “What I Said” is sure to turn heads.
About DJ Five Venoms: Making a name for himself as the official DJ for this generation’s biggest hip-hop festival, Rolling Loud, DJ Five Venoms knows how to feed off the energy of a crowd. And his versatility does not go unnoticed; Venoms has DJ’d for Mercedes Benz, Macys, the Wounded Warriors Project, and Harley Davidson. Venoms also spins for some of the biggest clubs in the country, such as LIV and STORY Nightclub in Miami. Previous music releases as well as his performance with this year’s Rolling Loud Miami have received high praises from mainstream celebrity publication Hollywood Life as well as Miami’s own WSVN.
About Elijah the Boy: Carving out his own digital niche, Elijah the Boy has garnered over 12 million plays on SoundCloud, two million streams on Spotify, over 70,000 YouTube subscribers and well over 300,000 followers on Instagram and counting. A true definition of self made, Elijah the Boy is proof that success can come with your own will to win and your solo grind. An artist that has made a name for himself by pushing out his own projects and reaching out to book his own shows, the versatile rapper and performer is a true force to be reckoned with.