“Bad Dude” is the first collaboration between Nashville sync producer Will Cooper and rapper Tre Houston. Inspired by retro boom-bap tracks and cinematic aesthetics, the track is an engaging, scenic piece that sees Tre embodying the mantle of the quintessential bad dude who is out for justice. The production is ripe with punchy drum grooves, and gloomy layered textures while Tre’s commanding vocals fill it up with vivid lyricism like

I been in the business, man, stacking all this paper with it
I been running stocks since the world would trade with paper tickets
Getting here should take a minute, oh no, just take a minute
I’m not done yet, when this game dies, it’ll take me with it

that draws audiences into a dystopian world of chaos where one man’s goal is to survive by any means necessary.




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