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Bam Bino

Brooklyn, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2016 | MAJOR

Brooklyn, New York, United States | MAJOR
Established on Jan, 2016
Solo Hip Hop Pop



The best kept secret in music


"Brooklyn Rapper Bam Bino"

Brooklyn rapper Bam Bino has released his highly anticipated Top Notch mixtape, the first project since he inked his deal with Atlantic Records earlier this year.

The 10 track body of work features production from Mando Beats (Busta Rhymes, Maino, Cam’Ron), Heatmakerz (Dipset, Cam’Ron, Slaughterhouse), FKI’s protege’ Lyfe (Travis Porter, 2 Chainz, Ludacris), and Black Metaphor (Jeezy, French Montana, Rick Ross, Waka Flocka) and was executive produced by marketing mogul Tyreal Lewis.

Coined as the “Biggie of the new generation”, Bam Bino became a viral sensation when he was named the “first Brooklyn rapper to hit a million views on Youtube without industry cosign” with singles “Gang, Gang, Gang” and “Allergic To Cuffin“.

His charismatic wordplay on Top Notch shows his growth from a “drill rapper” from Howard projects to an evolved recording artist that still has street credibility combined with undeniable potential in mainstream music.

Since signing, he’s been featured on and was recently listed as one of New York’s hottest rappers of 2016 by Bend XL. - Hip-Hop Weekly

"Bam Bino"

When a clip goes viral and lands a kid on Ellen or gets someone a few promotional gigs, that’s cool and all. But when a video hits the internet with gale force, then helps lead to success for additional artists, and goes on to create a platform for even more–then something really special has happened. This is exactly what went on in Brooklyn over the past year, shining light upon a loose-knit scene of young Brooklyn rappers, with nearly no help from the press or radio.

While many artists in this budding scene actively do not associate with one another, the most popular among them are working together, and the chain of events is directly traceable through their work. The defining moment in this perfect storm came when a track called “Gang Gang Gang” was recorded, shot as a video, and uploaded to a then-small channel called Flowtastic TV last November. The song features Curly Savv, Dah Dah, Bam Bino, and Money Millz.

Funny how often happenstance changes lives. There were no plans for it, and the artists expected to record something else when it began. “I knew Money Millz already from when I was in school, then we went up to the studio and Bam was there,” Dah Dah tells Mass Appeal. Since they we all there together and had been speaking on Facebook occasionally, they cooked up a new track, then went out and shot a video. Bam Bino had previously dropped a video called “Jug and Finesse” on FlowtasticTV, so they decided to record with them again.

The resulting video is an energetic, lo-fi night of hooded teenage kids mobbing under wild bright LED street lights, bouncing around to giant bass drums, and pointing gun fingers at the camera. The hook is literally just a few rapid bars, each ending with “gang, gang, gang,” creating a heavy, hypnotic flow. The verses are tight and dense, covering the basics of sex, money, and violence.

The video blew up, and is currently sitting at 4.5 million views after a little more than a year. Numbers for Bam Bino’s earlier video jumped up too—now in the hundreds of thousands of views. And fans were rocking with his follow-up a month later, “Allergic To Cuffin’,” which now stands at 2.5 million. Curly and Dah Dah saw a similar repeat with “Word To My Mother ft. Zay G and Rah,” which has a currently reach of 1.4 million views and few more that did similarly as well.

“Bam Bino was the first big hip hop video to take off,” says Florian Roos about his FlowtasticTV channel. He says the viewers were mainly from Brooklyn, especially at the beginning. “From my end, it looked like it was pretty much different crews coming together, and people really didn’t see that before.”

Bam Bino says being known around his Brownsville projects and local high school probably carried him along into the rap world but isn’t entirely sure. “I don’t know what happened,” he explains. “I just posted ‘Jug’ to Facebook and people were fuckin’ with the song. That’s where most of my fans were at. It had 20K or whatever. But then the people I did ‘Gang Gang’ with, they had their own songs going on, and after that, that’s how it all came together.” There are a lot of people in New York generally, and he lives in an area with a dense collection of projects, so that’s a big audience. Plus he just only turned 19 this month, so he still had connections to his school.

Curly and Dah Dah are also very young, both only 17. But they’ve been shuffled around a bit, being raised in East New York, and going to school in Flatbush and Florida. “We’re not in school right now, Dah Dah says. “We had some altercations, so we just started chasing what we wanted to do. Our dreams.” - Mass Appeal


Still working on that hot first release.



Bam Bino is a 17-year-old rising hip-hop artist from Brownsville neighborhood of Brooklyn, New York. Like many musicians, the style and messages heard in his tracks are influenced by the people, culture, and his experiences being in the streets. 

In early 2015, he released "Ville Shit" and 50 "Round Drum," both of which had the Internet instantly buzzing. Bam Bino recently released several other hits: "Jug and Finesse," "Allergic To Cuffin," and "Gang Gang Gang." All have reached over 650,000 views on YouTube in just a short period of time. Bam has a unique and gifted sound and as a result, has created a niche market to release his hits.

Working hard with his group, Bam Bino and the Flee Team Gang are en route to striving for a very strong 2016.