GBE is a colorful crew of rap music makers. Out the bunch though, SD stands as the most technically agile rapper type (alongside Durk, of course). He may have been seen as the shirtless, gun-toting dread, always at the side of Keef in those glory days of Youtube stardom, but Sosa shadow lurking he is not. It’s more like SD is set on traveling the path once envisioned for the younger, boonie hat rockin’, wordy Keef (who is now apparently enjoying the fact that he can not only laugh and gurgle out inaudibles to and from the bank, but also through entire songs).
King L or King Louie…? Either way you cut it, you’ve got yourself some calculated trap wizardry. Showtime drops soon.
Bonus: GBE‘s SD and the drill king, King Louie (to be precise), get extra monstrous over this trudging combination of trap brass fanfare and minimalist percussion (offering only spurts of rapidfire hi-hats, as opposed to the usual steady hose down of stuttering, decorative treble). Definitely a welcomed change to hear Keef‘s crew on beats other than that of Young Chop, whose distorted stacks of 808′s were starting to drive me to a slow death. This is going to land on SD’s Life Of A Savage (one of the best simply-put project titles I’ve had the pleasure of reading in a long time…SAVAGE).
SD “Conceited” (Feat. King Louie, Produced by 12Hunna)
Fredo in the cut is a scary site but when waking up on the wrong side of the bed it can be that much scarier. What starts off as another day in the Santana household with kush blunts, tatoos and gun-toting females, quickly goes awry before the coffee is even made when the jack boys get the drop on SD. They picked the wrong dudes to rob because like the songs warns, they don’t want “War” with GBE.
Fredo Santana‘s It’s A Scary Site drops this Friday.