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"Bangarang" To The Latest Release From Drew Lines

Making a name for himself, hip-hop artist Drew Lines is known for his clever lyrics, powerful beats, and uncanny ability to relate to his fans.

A bit different than most rappers, Drew Lines indulges himself in rock influences, including Pink Floyd, Nirvana, Breaking Benjamin, and The Doors. and more. However, when it comes to hip-hop, staples in his playlist are always Jeezy, T.I., Wayne, and Lil Wyte.

The intensity of his latest single, "Bangarang," takes us to a gritty atmosphere of hard-hitting truths.

Produced by super-producer/engineer Chuck Alkazian at the legendary Pearl Studios, the textured beat of grime and pulsating electric instrumentation doesn't take on a traditional boom-bap hip-hop style or even dip into the new wave as far as production goes.

The broken beat, synth, and drum-heavy atmosphere swallow you as Drew Lines raps about the hardships, trials, and lifestyle he's lived through.

His determined vocals fuel lyrical motifs that echo his bold honesty with a double layer of Drew, propelling his boisterous energy through the speakers. Collaborating with Cesar Reddington to profess a robust dynamism, Drew Lines also sends this song out to those who boast about a life they've yet to endure.

He makes it known that he's calling the shots, and diligence will always come out on top. "It's about becoming more than the hand you were dealt, perseverance, drive, and they want to succeed," says Drew Lines.

Determined to get what he wants as he climbs his way to the top, the hard-hitting punchlines of Drew come hurdling through your speakers in "Bangarang." Listen to the single today on your favorite streaming platform.

Welcome to BuzzMusic, Drew Lines, and congratulations on the release of your latest single, "Bangarang." There's much to respect here as you rap about the constant perseverance you undergo as you've faced hardship. Was there a particular moment that allowed "Bangarang" to stem into this marvelous creation?

It really just comes down to all of the adversity and struggle. We all go through some shit; I'm blessed to have this ability and outlet. With success comes alot of good things but also plenty of hate. A few situations in the weeks before this song was written helped to push the dynamic. There's such an energetic dynamic that you and Cesar Reddington share on this record. How did this collaboration come to be, and what was it like working with one another? Caesar is a great artist and someone I have come to know as a brother. I wanted to do what any real friend/brother would do and bring him into a fold with some heavy hitters. Let him do his thing in a studio most artists never get to see or work in. As far as the work together part, we are always good. The track always falls in place when we work together. Does the music you create often offer this grand headbanging atmosphere to vibe out to? How did you adopt the style you have to this day? A major part of my style is caused by my brother Scott Keller a.k.a. Space Kase. He taught me from day one to be real and write for me. I sometimes deviate from that; as far as writing for me, always real, though. But I always find myself right back where I belong. What has been the proudest moment in your career thus far?

There have been many. But the last time I went out to see Chuck and record in Detroit, I brought my mom and had her there. That was a great feeling. Other than that, the fact that my wife and kids know my music and support my endeavors that also a high point. What do you look most forward to in 2023? Exponential growth. Continuing what we started. As well as a few tours and big shows. I always look forward to the evolution of myself and my music.

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