One year ago, we didn’t really know him but in twelve months only, Virginia rapper D.R.A.M. achieved a lot! He was featured on Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment‘s project “Surf“, accused Drake of jacking his track “Cha Cha” to create his massive hit “Hotline Bling,” and released “Gahdamn!” via Atlantic Records. On this EP, you can find “Signals (Throw It Around)”, a languorous and hot track that is both made to make love and to execute a seduction dance in the clubs.
In the track, D.R.A.M. sings and raps about the seduction of a girl in a club. This one seems not to accept his advances and gives “yellow” and “red” signals to make him understand. The track is particularly interesting for its different parts and rhythms: it starts as an RNB slow jam and finally turns into something you can definitely dance on! The song gets also catchy thanks to the “Throw It Around” falsetto echoes.
You ain’t fucking with the boy, I don’t know what I said
But is all good, I’mma treat you with despise
And instead of being with you, I’mma be with your home girl and the white and her pussy tight
Earlier this year, D.R.A.M. accused Drake on Twitter of jacking his track “Cha Cha” to create his track “Hotline Bling“. You can hear the track below and the answer of Erykah Badu who is a friend of Drizzy.
@ONLY1DRAM we loved Cha Cha first. Very unique and raw. That's That underground magic force that sparks a seed to grow a tree. . . Ms. badu
— ErykahBadoula (@fatbellybella) 20 Octobre 2015
“Signals (Throw It Around)” is taken from the “Gadhamn!” EP, out now via Atlantic Records. Get your copy here.