For his latest release “2 Slimed Out,” Set Da Trend taps Fr33bandit and they talk their player talk in over a familiar sample with NY Drill drums provided by Cash Cobain driving the song. The video takes place in a classroom which is a switch up to the environment we typically see from NY Drill. The visual is usually 100 dudes outside on a corner. To switch it up and put the environment in a school with eye candy is a welcome change.
The 18-Year-Old young spitter is everything right about the industry. Young, fresh, and beaming with promise. Sharing,
"Hop in the Benz, I ain’t taking no uber/All my opps bums, and y’all broke and some losers."
Setty is a winner!
Although they come through with intimidatingly appealing tough talk about their street bonafides, what I find most refreshing about this track is that it challenges the negative connotations associated with NY drill by not calling out any beefs. The video is just as great -- the duo's fun-loving personalities are highlighted as Setty takes control of the camera to record himself making hilarious faces, and Fr33Bandit gives a teacher a lesson on how to get sturdy. You gotta love these kids. Recently signed to RECORDS/Columbia, Set Da Trend is determined to prove that he has the versatility and energy to emerge out of the Bronx and take over the world. Stay tuned for much more from the rising star during this "Setty Summer," including the release of his first EP. T’Keyah’s average of always being right stays in tact. The Bronx got one with Set Da Trend.