Hate it or love it, but foreign rappers—outside of Canada—are doing their thing.
Within two years, internationals like Skepta, Stormzy, and Lady Leshurr have crossed into American mainstream music with their distinct styles.
New Zealand rapper David Dallas is on the same path. Fresh off the release of his fourth studio album Hood Country, David drops the visual to “Fit In.”
At this point, David is fed up with the pretentious behavior in today’s culture.
He makes it clear he’s done trying to fit in and addresses Drake trolls by defending the YMCMB artist.
Produced by Styalz Fuego and Nic M, “Fit In,” is one of the leading songs on Hood Country.
Following its debut, “Fit In” rose to #2 on the New Zealand Spotify chart and garnered over six million streams.
The single also features vocals from British newcomer, Laurent John.
After signing to Duck Down Records in 2011, David released The Rose Tint EP.
Videos for EP singles “Take a Picture” and “Caught in a Daze” featuring Freddie Gibbs received fair rotation on American MTV. David’s toured with Run The Jewels and has also opened for Eminem.
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