Wednesday, July 1, 2020

How Pop Smoke and Fivio Foreign Took Brooklyn Drill Global | Diary of a Song | Diary of a Song | The New York Times

A hyper-local strain of hip-hop that started in Chicago was tweaked by bedroom producers in the United Kingdom before taking over Brooklyn. Now it’s the soundtrack to a summer of unrest. The latest episode of Diary of a Song breaks down “Big Drip,” one of drill’s defining anthems.

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