Featuring popular singles, “Racks on Me” and “Count It Up”.
Atlanta’s newest burgeoning star, Drako, has been turning heads recently with his prolific output of singles, including the Lil Baby-assisted “Racks on Me”, “Count It Up” featuring Memphis’ Moneybagg Yo, and, most recently, “Time”. Now, the young upstart is ready for his official introduction by way of his debut mixtape, Fully Loaded, released today, November 9th, via Babygrande Records.
Coming in at 16-tracks, 51-minutes, Fully Loaded boasts a decorated tracklist, securing assistance from the aforementioned Lil Baby and Moneybagg Yo, but also from fellow ascending Georgia-bred stars Yung Bans and Quando Rondo on “Boss” and “Betrayal”, respectively.
While the features provide supplemental energy and texture, Fully Loaded truly shines off the strength of Drako’s multi-hyphenate abilities. Enlisting a hybrid rapping – singing aesthetic, Drako passionately speaks on his aspirations as effortlessly as he details knowing his self-worth. This demonstrated conceptual command creates an addicting soundscape while highlighting Drako’s impressive songwriting acumen.
Although he’s been frequenting prime real estate, like Spotify’s “Most Necessary” and “The Realest Down South” playlists, Fully Loaded is Drako’s official entrance–one that begs for repeated listens.
Fully Loaded is available for stream and purchase by hitting the link here, and/or by pressing play below: