The Melbourne rappers flex on the trap-influenced production, with splashes of jazz-inspired elements, trading bars throughout the four-minute track. Their chemistry is undeniable on Straight To The Bank, with their contrasting flows and back-and-forth delivery adding another dimension to the track.
Kaé once again spits bars that are as lyrical as they are demanding of your attention. The young rapper has constantly proved himself to be one of the best rappers in the country, with an elite technical ability and his gigantic presence on the mic. Kaé is making huge waves, don’t sleep on him.
Droopo is more of an unknown, however, the south-east emcee has been making moves, dropping a number of wavy tracks across the last 12 months. Smooth cadences and tight multi’s have given Droopo a reputation as one of the brightest up-and-comers in the scene. Now, he seems as confident and as comfortable as ever on the mic, setting up a huge 2017 for himself and his crew.
Kaé and Droopo linking up on a track is always going to be dope, and we hope this isn’t the last time that we see the two young rappers team up.
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