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The Atlanta trap-rapper Hoodrich Pablo Juan has been flying under the radar for a few years, but he’s quietly becoming one of the sharpest, most casually virtuosic rappers in his city. Last year, I wrote a whole column about why we should stop underrating the guy. And he’s prolific, too. Hoodrich Pablo Juan released … More »
Texas rapper Dro Fe has released his newest track, “In Love With The Trap.” The track at hand was produced by the elusive French hip-hop-techno crossover Brodinski. Lending his experimental hand to the single, Brodinski’s robo-tinged synth sounds inject a manufactured element into an otherwise low-leaning trap tune.
In what is likely a career-defining release for Dro Fe, the track is forthright in its intentions of nestling itself a niche inside bass-heavy, experimental trap music. As for Brodinski, the release is further proof that 2018 is gearing up to be one of his biggest years yet.