Up and coming Brooklyn emcee, Blizz Vito, drops off his newest banger titled, “Opp Down.”
This classic drill anthem is inspired by John Singleton’s Boyz in the Hood. Vito delivers hard bars followed by a catchy chorus, “Ricky, Ricky, Ricky,” as the rapper is a poised example of the momentary rise of Brooklyn drill music.
Produced by the popular, 808 Melo, the two make for the perfect new hood anthem that’s guaranteed to turn your speakers up, while having everybody listening and singing along.
Make sure you check out, “Opp Down,” featuring, K.O.T.C, below and listen to more music from Blizz Vito via Spotify.
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