After graduating from college, A Boogie focused on compositions. He worked odd jobs to support his music career. At nineteen, he released his first song, 'Temporary'. The song lacked flow and rhythm, but Myster Whyte decided to hire a trainer to help him improve his craft. Boogie incorporated his training sessions into his raps. After graduating from college, he moved to New York and began working towards his comeback.
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie Merchandise, 'Artist', was released in February 2016. The artist charted at number 22 on the RIAA's Top Rap Albums list and earned the co-sign of Meek Mill and DJ Khaled. Following the success of 'Artist,' A Boogie's debut mixtape, 'Autise,' reached number one on the Billboard 200 chart.
After signing with Atlantic Records, Hoodie began to release music. His debut mixtape, 'The Bigger Artist', reached the top spot on the Billboard 200 chart and became his highest-charting single in the United States. The mixtape received critical acclaim, making him one of the most successful hip-hop artists of the decade. The album's success led to his signing to numerous major record labels, including Universal Music Group, RCA, and The XXL network.