If you’re not familiar with Atlanta’s Two-9 collective, get ready to get familiar; frontman Curtis Williams has just dropped another drugged-out gem for your consumption with “Drip.” Williams and his Two-9 famiglia are recent signees to Mike Will Made It‘s Eardruma Records and are ready to take you down their drug-fueled, trapped-out rabbit hole.
Following his previous release “Drugs,” Williams wants to make sure you know his aesthetic isn’t some one off— he’s really about that life. The best way to prove it? Queue the psychedelic effects, daisy-duke-clad twerkers, and “high-spirited” festival revelers, all looking to get their fix of what Curtis Williams is sellin’. It doesn’t take much to move that good when you pull in everyones favorite “High Rollin’ Denizen of The Versace Python Coke Mountain,” Riff Raff, to add the right “drop” to this Mike Will thumper.
Hit the video player up top to check out the new music video for “Drip.” Afterwards, make sure you also checkout the new music video “No Flex Zone,” from fellow Eardruma Records signees Rae Sremmurd (Bar Trivia: It’s Ear Drummers backwards).