R Dotta has just released this groovy track he calls ‘Go Mode’ and it is such a viby song. From the flow to the cadence to the backing track, the song is just such a complete track that it could possibly become addictive. And although you can hear it, R Dotta is quick to let you know that:


“This song was inspired by Drake’s 4PM in Calabasas and Big K.R.I.T.’s Confetti. It’s meant to be a smooth passive aggressive vibe, perfect for a kickback.”


‘Go Mode’ has features from two other artist, Morowa Mosai and Anthony Green Jr., one being a painter and the other a poet respectfully. This was in an attempt to mesh together the arts and show respect for each other’s respected arts at once. Go Mode is produced by Miami’s Forgotten Sound.

Rashad “R Dotta” Taylor is an American rapper hailing from Charleston, South Carolina. The 27-year-old is an exemplary lyricist that has been compared to those such as J. Cole and The Notorious B.I.G. dipped in a Geechie accent prevalent to the city of Charleston.

This song is also available to stream on Apple Music and check out more materials from the rapper on Soundcloud. If you want to get personal with R Dotta then you can hit up his Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to get access to him.

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