How Pop Smokes Welcome To The Party Put Brooklyn Drill On The Map | Song Stories
Partyâ is one of this yearâs
drillanthems but instead of coming out of Chicago, itâs coming out of New York. With his raw, aggressive delivery, Pop has become the one to watch out of
songdropped in April 2019 and went viral a month later with its music video shot in the 20-year-old rapperâs own neighborhood of Canarsie,
Brooklyn. Where I come from, thereâs a lot of shit going on. So a lot of niggas take drugs to ease their pain. When you in the
party, you Tâd up, thereâ not telling what youâre gonna do. Just free.â Itâs racked up over 7 million views to-date. Known for its mid-tempo trap beats and often violent lyrics,
drillis really synonymous with Chicago. The sceneâs dark depictions of street life also resonated in
Brooklynand took on new life with rappers like Sheff G, 22Gz, and Sleepy Hallow.
drillseparates itself with Caribbean slang and sometimes danceable grooves. Yet, the producer of â
Partyâ isnât from Chicago or
Brooklyn. 808melo instead hails from East London. He first made waves in the U.K. with hits like Headie One and RVâs âKnow Better.â The British beat-maker also produced âPanic Part 3â by Sheff G, who some would call
drillstar along with 22Gz. Sheffâs deep voice and distinct flow is similar to those in U.K.
drill. As for Pop
Smoke, he came on the scene at the end of 2018 with his remix, âMPR.â...
Then came âFlexingâ and âMeet The Wooâ but â