Smoke DZA ft. ASAP Rocky - 4 Loko

Posted 5 years ago
Producer:
183rd
Album:
Rolling Stoned

Hold up, is everyone’s favorite binge drink coming back in style? If you’ve ever tried 4Loko (especially before they nerfed the thing, and rightly so…) then you know how it can wildly transform your evening/early morning. Thus, the comparison is easy when mentioning Smoke DZA’s newest record, which hits you all the way from left field and makes you wonder where you were when the song began. The Harlem emcee is joined by fellow local ASAP Rocky, who joins in to make this gritty single a little higher with drugs, drinks, and slow rolling abound. Backed by production from 183rd that sucks listeners in and keeps them just as stoned, this collaboration has the potential to hold fans at bay until DZA’s next album, Rolling Stoned, is release at the end of the month (August 30th, to be exact). If this was loko enough for you, be sure to keep it locked to the Booth for more.

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