Droopo is a Chennai, India born, South-East Melbourne raised emcee who is slowly rising int hr ranks with his brand of street-savvy hip-hop. He first came into the scene last year with a collaborative EP Locked In with Kae The Goat and now he is back with a brand new jam “Don Dada” alongside a video.

“Don Dada” is a solid tribute to the original Don Dada –  the late Jamaican dancehall artist Louie Rankin and it sees Droopo linking up with producer JUJO who laces this sparse but hard-hitting beat. Droopo is more than comfortable here as he delivers his lines in an unbridled manner and lets the listeners know that he is going to be here for a very long time.

The visuals are pretty solid too and make use of a black and white vintage aesthetic that fully captures Droopo’s raw, unfiltered style.

“Don Dada” is the first of many singles we should expect from Droopo in 2020

Get it on all DSPs HERE.


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