After landing a cosign from Chance The Rapper for his 10 Days Of Acid & Coloring Books tape, rapper/producer Steve Spiffler has continued to turn heads on the ones and twos, particularly with his patented "Soul Flips" of popular tracks from the likes of Migos and French Montana. "Drip Too Hard" is the latest ditty to receive the Soul Flip treatment, and the production—drastically different from Lil Baby's original song—breathes new life into the record.
Spiffler's "Drip Too Hard" reimagining is filthy from the tippy top. Starting off hot with a simple yet hypnotizing piano sample, he then works in a funky bassline followed by apt drums with just enough dust on their tires. Overall, it's a masterclass in merging boom bap with more contemporary sounds, and successfully creates an entirely new experience for listeners who've already moved on from the OG version of "Drip Too Hard."
"Drip Too Hard (Soul Flip)" is now available for stream and purchase on all major music platforms via the link below.