D.R.A.M. - Misunderstood Feat. Young Thug [New Song]

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D.R.A.M. and Young Thug join forces for the 80s rock-infused "Misunderstood."

Leave it to Young Thug to contribute to the strangest track on D.R.A.M.'s debut album Big Baby DRAM. "Misunderstood" has an 80s prog-rock bend to it, featuring some punchy guitars and a funky bassline, allowing D.R.A.M. and Thug the experimental space they deserve. D.R.A.M. goes for the more straight-forward sing-rap style we know hime for, while Thugger drenches himself in auto-tune, finding a deeper pocket of the beat and giving the song a dynamic bridge-like middle section.

Coming early in the tracklist, the song is quite a slap in the face, showing that despite scoring a top ten Billboard hit with "Broccoli," D.R.A.M. is still willing to get adventurous.

Quotable Lyrics:
As I revisit what I made for you to listen to
I get into my zone and let go, that's the ritual
Ask but when I mention you, not having clues and being fool
Darling to this one trick pony, thought I'm not the dude
And you can be a local heathen to the son of satan
I give it up to him who praises and that's all I'm saying

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Misunderstood

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User  Rating:
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5 NOT FEELING IT
34 MAKE IT STOP
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66% (131)

D.R.A.M. and Young Thug join forces for the 80s rock-infused "Misunderstood."


Leave it to Young Thug to contribute to the strangest track on D.R.A.M.'s debut album Big Baby DRAM. "Misunderstood" has an 80s prog-rock bend to it, featuring some punchy guitars and a funky bassline, allowing D.R.A.M. and Thug the experimental space they deserve. D.R.A.M. goes for the more straight-forward sing-rap style we know hime for, while Thugger drenches himself in auto-tune, finding a deeper pocket of the beat and giving the song a dynamic bridge-like middle section.

Coming early in the tracklist, the song is quite a slap in the face, showing that despite scoring a top ten Billboard hit with "Broccoli," D.R.A.M. is still willing to get adventurous.

Quotable Lyrics:
As I revisit what I made for you to listen to
I get into my zone and let go, that's the ritual
Ask but when I mention you, not having clues and being fool
Darling to this one trick pony, thought I'm not the dude
And you can be a local heathen to the son of satan
I give it up to him who praises and that's all I'm saying

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