A DJ and producer hailing from the hip-hop capital of the South, Atlanta's J. Padron makes his grand entrance into the Booth with caked-up street banger Bando$. As the hook announces, this joint is an anthem for young'ns dedicated to getting that paper. Over the headliner's trap percussion and chopped vocal samples, four fellow A-Town reppers offer bold and arrogant accounts of life on the grind. In addition to forceful bars from Quavo, Takeoff and Offset of Migos, the cut packs a braggadocious 16 by ex-Def Jam spitter Trinidad James. Bando$ is just a loosie but, rest assured, we'll keep you supplied with the latest from J. Padron and his talented connects.
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