From catching his dad cheating to being labeled a “white boy” due to his interest in skateboarding, it’s safe to say that Miami spitter SDotBraddy deals with quite a lot in the first verse of his newest single, City Drive. The emcee is quick to move on though, and by the time the hook rolls around he’s quite literally blowing his problems out the window with the help of a little endo. Throughout City Drive, Braddy remains candid as he touches on some of his less bleak moments in life, including graduation. The Floridian lyricist’s candid rhymes are backed by production from Fresco Stevens, who keeps the record slightly jazzy thanks to the use of an occasional horn. Look out for City Drive on SDotBraddy’s Innovation mixtape, which is due out before the year is up.
Written by Danielle H. on 09/26/12
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