Drake isn't the most "popular" among the internet. I utilize those quotations because he is super popular, but not for the right reasons. He's constantly taking heat for being the softest rapper out there, or always so somber. Well today I share an edit with you that adds just a bit of rough edges to Drake's usually smooth surface.
Finnish 19-year-old Elaksi is back again, this time with his version of "Days in the East" confidently executed and laid out on a big Drizzy silver platter. I previously shared a "power and bass" fused track from the kid called "Want You" that definitely served as a first impression to most of you out there. However, today is another step in the ladder to utter greatness for the overseas producer.
Elaksi's edit of "Days in the East" marks his first drop in 3 months, and let me tell you: this kid is doing it RIGHT (with the help of label Eighth Supply). If there's any advice I can lend to up and comers, it'd be not to drown out your listeners. Unless of course if it's with bass, then just go ahead. Elaksi did that perfectly to a formerly "soft" Drake track.
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