Here goes another record from the Toronto-based CMDWN Collective. First we heard CMDWN counterpart Fiji team up with Lil Yachty for the feel-good "The Way She Move." Ca$tro Guapo, who was actually living in Atlanta before making the move to the Six, teams up with another Atlanta native and rapper-on-the-rise Nessly for the hypebeast-oriented "Die In Supreme." Yeah, that's quite the title. The artwork is equally hypebeast, with a Supreme logo-covered coffin.
Compared to "The Way She Move," this record is darker and trappier in sound, but it goes. Ca$tro handles the hook, delivering a quick, punctuated flow, whereas his verse finds him nasally-voiced and elongating his flow. Nessly delivers his usual wobbly flow, disguised in auto-tune. How do they sound together? Check out the other track and let us know which one you're feeling more.
Stay tuned for ATLANADA 2 from the CMDWN team.
All of these bitches they swear that they different
I know they the same
You took it all out for a picture
Than you put it back in the bank