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Bbno$ - Bad Thoughts Prod. Y2K

Alexander Leon Gumuchian (/ɡʊˈmuːtʃiːɛn/; born June 28, 1995), known professionally as bbno$ (pronounced "baby no money"),[5] is a Canadian rapper, singer, and songwriter. He is best known for his 2019 single "Lalala" with producer Y2K, which has reached over 800 million plays on the streaming service Spotify as well as his collaborations with rapper Yung Gravy.

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Gumuchian started working with music after experiencing a back injury which prevented him from pursuing his dream as a professional swimmer.[5][9] He became interested in rapping and music production in 2014 when experimenting on GarageBand with a group of friends.[10] Gumuchian began simply making music for enjoyment with this group of friends who later deemed themselves Broke Boy Gang.[5] After five or six months of performing live as a group and releasing multiple tracks online, the group broke up.[5] He began posting tracks on SoundCloud in September 2016 under the moniker of "bbnomula" where he quickly gained millions of streams and followers.[11][5] He gained popularity in China where he sold out his first few "back-to-back" headlining tours.[2] He credited his overseas popularity to the Chinese dance crew TFBoys, after one of the members, Jackson Yee, danced to the track "Yoyo Tokyo" at his own birthday party.[12]

In 2017, bbno$ released his first EP, Baby Gravy, as a collaboration with Yung Gravy,[13] shortly before releasing his debut studio album, Bb Steps, and his second collaborative EP, Whatever, with So Loki in 2018.[14][15]

In late 2019, bbno$ released his second studio album, Recess, which draws inspiration from the Disney series of the same name, and includes features from Y2K and Trippy Tha Kid.[16][17] Many tracks off of Recess gained millions of streams on Spotify.[12] bbno$ and Y2K have been recognized for marketing their single "Lalala" online by using various websites and online apps, namely Tinder, Instagram, TikTok, and Craigslist.[18][12] The song was able to peak on over 20 charts around the world and gain over 400 million streams and 500,000 sales in the United States.[19][18][20]

Later in 2019, bbno$ would go on to release another album, I Don't Care at All. The album featured various pre-released singles, "Slop", "Pouch", and "Shining on My Ex", the latter of which featured frequent collaborator Yung Gravy. The album was solely produced by Y2K.[21]

Shortly after the release of "Edamame", bbno$ started teasing a new album on Twitter.[24][25] Following that, bbno$ released the second single from the project, titled "I Remember", on September 22, 2021.[26]

"Piccolo" was also first performed in March 2022 in Europe and in May 2022 during the Canada tour. The song is also known as "Dragon Ball Z" due to the lyric in the chorus "Dragon Ball Z dick, blow me like a piccolo". The song was teased on bbno$'s TikTok account on May 18, two days before it was released.

Bag or Die, bbno$'s most recent studio album, was released on October 21, 2022.[30] It includes the singles "Mathematics", "Piccolo", and "Sophisticated",[30] along with a collaboration with Yung Gravy, "touch grass".[31]

bbno$ has described his own music as "oxymoronic rap" that is "ignorant but melodic".[32] bbno$ grew up listening to straight bass dubstep and house music from names like Datsik and Excision, before listening to hip hop artists, namely Tupac Shakur, Gucci Mane, and Chief Keef.[8] He has cited Yung Lean and Pouya as his main inspirations as a rapper.[10][33]

bbno$ is an incredibly laidback person, which he attributes to his upbringing in Canada, this shines through in his music that is always playful in nature. He has done something out of Vancouver that nobody has really done before, a sign of the times that there is real talent brewing in the often-overlooked Canadian city. 041b061a72


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