The mixtape mogul demonstrates rap game dominance. Hear it in Spatial
Mixtape mogul DJ Drama’s impact on the game is nothing short of staggering. His work with now-legendary artists from Jeezy and Lil Wayne to Gucci Mane and Yo Gotti helped solidify Southern rap dominance in the 2000s and 2010s, while his inescapable Gangsta Grillz brand became a household name in hip-hop. Unlike so many of his generational peers, he has continued to reach younger listeners thanks to his memorable hosting duties on Tyler, The Creator’s CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST and a string of 2020s projects opposite the likes of G Perico, Kash Doll, and numerous underground/rising stars.
With I’M REALLY LIKE THAT, Drama seizes the opportunity to demonstrate his dominance with a cabal of collaborators positioned in unique combos. Decades of mixtape shrewdness results in such compelling team-ups as Rick Ross and Westside Gunn on “350” and Roddy Ricch with Gucci Mane and Lil Wayne on “FMFU.” His Generation Now discoveries Lil Uzi Vert and Jack Harlow make notable appearances, as do dear old friends like Jim Jones and T.I., each bringing their admirable talents to what ultimately proves one of the finest projects of his unstoppable career.