Young Dro’s ’30’s’ Comes Soaked In Earthquake Bass

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If there’s one thing Young Dro loves, it’s drank, drugs and big rims*. Dro opens 2016 with a seemingly Chief Keef-inspired banger which sees him mixing trunk-rattling bass with his trademark barking ad-libs and off-key harmonizing. Even though Trap Muzik dropped over a decade ago, we would still take Dro’s boss’ “24’s” over these “30’s.”

Last year, someone said the new vibes sounded more like imitation than inspiration and this tune follows suit, even though it still slaps. After dropping off the “Ugh” remix with Rich Homie Quan a month back, Dro seems to have put more creativity into the dope cover art than the lyrical content.

Not every record needs to nourish and educate the youth and there is definitely a slot in the playlist for this but hopefully 2016 sees our favorite ‘Lo head getting back to what drew our attention in the first place.

* – Yeah yeah, we can count. The record just had us in Dro mode.

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