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David Drake For fans of Young Dro , the years since his classic debut LP have been frustrating. He's always had a distinctive rap cadence and style that set him apart, but, without much label enthusiasm, hiis career seemed stuck in limbo. Icy via his
Scotty s Too Cool was produced by Prolyfic and Soundtrakk , both of whom were involved with much of his recent tape The Jiffy Cornbread Experience . Young Dro has hopped on the Too Cool remix, perhaps signalling a move away from the swaggy hit-
Young Dro 'Maserati' Rapper Has His Maserati Repo'd Exclusive Young Dro once rapped that he's "the kinda person that gonna drive a Maserati" -- but that just ain't true anymore ... because he just had his repossessed ... TMZ has learned. According
Drew Millard Despite featuring a murderer's row of guest verses from the likes of Young Jeezy to Nelly to Dr. Dre to perhaps the last unused Pimp C verse in the entire universe, T.I. 's Fuck Da City Up didn't really strike me as good or bad. Instead,
Young Dro goes it alone on his first mixtape of the year, We Outchea ...Young Dro (@dropolo) January 14, 2012 The 13-song affair, which opens with so-exuberant street anthems and progresses towards closing big-hook ballads, also credits no producers,
Q Machette is just one of hip hop’s new up & coming rap artist of 2011. With his smooth lyrical flow and back to back club bangers, featured in XXL, 2012 is sure to be his year. While amongst the ranks of Young
Maserati, straightforwardly singing the praises of orange-interiored luxury swag, is one of the least-goofy songs on Young Dro 's punchline-haven Drocabulary mixtape. In the video, Dro rambles about Southwest Atlanta, dressed in red and white Polo.
Lisa Wiltse (F62) Kaleidoscopic metaphors have long been Young Dro's calling card so the colorlessness of his Beat Billionaires laced banger Racked Up comes as a bit of a shock at first. Cutlasses, the whirlwind blue Chevies, the grape linen grape
Andrew Noz Though the title nods to his more lyrical side, Drocabulary finds Atlanta's most underrated still partially stuck on that lighthearted swag tip, landing somewhere between his early and intense masterworks and his later collabs with Yung L.
Andrew Noz There was once a time when B.O.B. made good songs with relative consistency. Songs that were thoughtful, moving, sonically engaging, well rapped and devoid of a really pandering Radio Disney hook. One of these songs was Life Of Sin , a