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Hoodie Allen

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Putting a bit more pop into the pop-rap of contemporaries like Asher Roth and Sam Adams, rapper Hoodie Allen went from Internet favorite to charting artist with the release of his 2012 EP All American. His debut full-length People Keep Talking kept him in the U.S. Top 10. Three more LPs arrived in the late 2010s, including Happy Camper, which topped the U.S. rap chart in 2016. Closing the decade with 2019's Whatever USA, his first material of the 2020s arrived in 2022 with a series of collaborations with Connor Price. His fifth effort bub was issued in 2023. Born Steven Markowitz and raised on Long Island, Hoodie was frat-rap from the beginning, having met producer RJF during an Alpha Epsilon Pi-hosted party at the University of Pennsylvania. The two would release the street albums Bagels & Beats and Making Waves and win MTV's Best Music on Campus Award in 2009, but his big hit came with the 2010 track "You Are Not a Robot," which sampled Marina and the Diamonds' hit "I Am Not a Robot" and landed on his popular mixtape Pep Rally. A headlining tour across the U.S. followed before Hoodie made his official debut with the All American EP in 2012. Released on his own label, the EP debuted at number ten on Billboard's Top Albums, and was followed in 2013 by the acoustic EP Americoustic. His debut album, People Keep Talking, arrived a year later, featuring the singles "Movie" and "Dumb for You" along with guest appearances from Ed Sheeran and Alex Wiley. It climbed to number eight on the Billboard 200 albums chart, and was followed by the EPs All American (2012) and Americoustic (2013). The sophomore effort Happy Camper landed in 2016 and while it only climbed to number 28 on the Billboard 200, it did top the magazine's rap chart. Included on the album were the singles "Champagne and Pools," featuring Blackbear and Kyle, and "Are U Having Any Fun?" featuring Meghan Tonjes. A single, "Never Going Back," arrived in 2019. That track landed on his fourth LP, Whatever USA, which was released in 2019. He returned in the early 2020s, appearing on multiple collaborative singles with Connor Price, including the trap-heavy "Buddy," "Chirp," and the dance-forward "Vroom." He also unveiled a new era with "Wouldn't That Be Nice" from his fifth album, the pop-punk-leaning bub, which was released in March 2023.
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