13 Apr Loski continues to push drill music’s boundaries with debut project ‘Call Me Loose’
Loski has finally delivered his debut mixtape, Call Me Loose.
The title of the project is wholly fitting, as the Harlem Spartans rapper continues to push drill music’s boundaries with a slick flow behind beats that allow him to maintain drill content but take into a more digestible, cooler space.
By telling people to ‘call him loose’, it’s almost he’s James Bond on the beat, breaking the barriers of his genre with his give-no-fucks lyrics, presented with a slick, cheeky delivery, a theme evident throughout the 16-track project, which has just four features; RV, Headie One, Bis, DoRoad and Incognito.
Following the release of ‘Cool Kid’, which has piled up close to three million views in just under a month, the Harlem Spartans rapper also dropped ‘Forrest Gump’, a track which first surfaced back in summer 2017, with Kalyum Dennis directing this latest release once again.
Check out Loski’s feature on Ms Banks’ latest drop, ‘R.I.P’, by clicking here.
Listen to Call Me Loose below: