Listen to the new track from newcomer Shotta Spence, who might be the latest signee to Mike Will's Ear Drummer records. He namechecks the brand on his new track, "White Collar," produced by the Drummer's own Ducko McFli, who lays down a magic trap production here that makes use of a sample that sounds like it's from an old black and white thriller. As for Spence, he's got a highly energetic and melodic flow that would situate him well in the Rae Sremmurd-led crew. Not too much is known about him except that he's from New Jersey. "White Collar" is the only track on his SoundCloud, though it looks like he's got a new single and video, "Upfall," dropping at the end of the month. Watch the "Upfall" trailer below.
CORRECTION: Upfall is actually the name of Spence's debut project. Even better. Check back with us on the 28th.
Upfall. July 28th. pic.twitter.com/7g1LiV2WHr— Spencer Lee (@shottaspence) July 11, 2016
Read our Behind The Beat profile of Ducko here.
I just stepped in the building kicking flavor for the children
Chain to my ring so bright, I think my skin is gon' start peelin'
Checks I been cashin' been lookin' like 'whoa'
Check on my feet, you ain't never seen those