We’re living in uncertain times and while most musicians have opted to lay low, Dremo takes a different route. On his latest, Wahala Dey, the Rapper is a town crier and harbinger of doom among other things.
Backed by booming bass beats, Dremo flexes his ability to immerse himself into any subject on the track, smattering a litany of provocative loose bars over the equally stimulating instrumental. He touches on the pandemic, a subject most have avoided and his intolerance for things that do not concern him. Most impressive is the smooth union of Dremo’s teeming list of turn-offs.