BIG BSF IS BACK! The latest and newest signee to Benny The Butcher’s BSF imprint, Fuego Base, drops “Heavy D” visuals off his debut Black Soprano Family project Biggest Since Camby.
A rising star from Hartford, CT, Fuego is making a name for himself with amazing wordplay, along with an innate ability for storytelling. After signing with Benny’s BSF imprint in 2022, Fuego joined Benny and Rick Hyde for Charlie Sloth’s Fire In The Booth, and he followed that up by appearing with Westside Gunn later that year for the “Intro” on BSF’s Long Live DJ Shay album.
Now, Fuego Base takes the next step with his official BSF debut project, Biggest Since Camby (the title of the project is an ode to former Hartford, CT basketball star Marcus Camby), which is now available and features appearances from Benny The Butcher, Havoc, Sheek Louch, 38 Spesh, Uncle Murda, OT The Real and his fellow Black Soprano Family members.
“Watch same color as the ash, ’round the bum ankles, that’s light-grey
Don’t say that he better, unless he ‘Pac or died in March on the 9th day
They said I sound like ‘Kiss, figure it’d slow me
Till Kobe used mike old s***, to win them trophies (Okay, okay)
Whole bunch of three-point-fives, enough to stop a hater
I put balls on your head, like a soccer player (Facts),” Fuego Base / Heavy D
After releasing “The Warehouse” video featuring Benny The Butcher & OT The Real, Fuego Base returns with a new visual for “Heavy D”; directed by The Diggers and features appearances from Benny The Butcher and BSF.