Ramriddlz & Jaegen Link Up On “Crack”

Ramriddlz delivers some new heat.

BYAron A.
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Toronto's Ramriddlz has been buzzing for a few years. He initially caught mass attention with his single, "Sweeterman" which was later remixed by the 6 God himself, Drake, and debuted on OVO Sound Radio. Since then, he's continued to flood the streets with music, releasing several projects as well as loose singles. Now, he's returned with some new vibes with his latest track, "Crack."

Ramriddlz teams up with Jaegen for his new track, "Crack." The rapper's latest track takes on more of a hard-hitting, trap sound as opposed to the island-tinged tunes he's known for.Ramriddlz taps Jaegen for some assistance on the track which was produced by Amir Jamm and Tay Lewis.

Jaegen's previously produced songs for Ramriddlz in the past such as "Pop Rocks" and "Cheeseman" with Kenny Beats.

Quotable Lyrics
Double D's like riddlz, let me motorboat
Look at me, I'm smart, A-B-C
Come to me, I throw you d
Oops, I killed your cat, that's a felony

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