We first introduced you to rising ATL rapper Drako back in April when he teamed up with Yung Bans on the song “Boss,” but it was really before that when he broke out onto the scene with his “Watch Me Do It” record. Having been relatively quiet ever since though, the rising ATL rapper is making his return to the scene today in big fashion, calling on fellow ATL star Lil Baby for his new single “Racks On Me,” which we’re more than happy to premiere for y’all this morning.
Over production from Lil Voe, Drako delivers a braggadocios street cut that finds him ballin’ on the competition and boasting about having racks & cash on him, just as the title depicts. Meanwhile, Lil Baby handles the second verse, and raps about running to the money like Forest, and coppin’ foreign whips, among other things. The song itself is expected to see life on Drako’s forthcoming debut mixtape Fully Loaded, which is slated to arrive this Fall via Babygrande Records.
Take a listen to the new money-hungry ATL collab and let us know what you think!
Givenchy, “Givanchy”, whatever you call it
Dripped down to my sizzock (sock), somebody left on the faucet
We gon’ sure we gon’ drip out the closet
No withdrawals we only making deposits
I’ma run to the money like Forest
Hit the lot I’ma buy me a foreign