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Emerging from the busy Bronx drill scene, DThang stood out with his pure vocal tone and take-no-prisoners bars. Recently released from jail after his exoneration from pending charges, DThang has wasted no time in rebuilding the momentum he had before he went inside. Today, the 23-year-old rapper clears up misconceptions wit hhis new single “Drill Cappers.” Running roughshod atop racing piano arpeggios, the Bronx bruiser takes aim at those who think drill music is just a game, dabbling in the culture while ignoring its life-or-death stakes: “I do this sh*t for the game, and you do that sh*t for the clout,” he asserts. In the video, DThang hangs with his crew in his home borough, smoking outside the towers and celebrating his wins at the club.

“Drill Cappers” continues DThang’s fiery start to 2024. After the rapper’s exoneration earlier this year, DThang didn’t wait to leave jail before dropping new music–he shared the invigorating freestyle “Hard Day’s Night / Last Day In” just before his release. The heartfelt music video for “Last Day In” racked up over 3.6 million views in three weeks. Upon his release ,DThang was greeted by his mentor French Montana, who gifted him a fresh piece of jewelry and took him shopping for the latest fits. On Valentine’s Day, DThang delivered a fresh ode to all of his smoochies, with “Smoochie Valentine,” inspired by Nelly and featuring a cameo by the legendary rapper in the video, which reached the Top 20 on YouTube’s Trending Chart for Music with over 1.3 million views.

DThang emerged in 2021, leading a Bronx drill wave that took his city by storm. He tore up the streets with songs like “Gz Bop,” “LIKE” and “Play It Back,” generating tens of millions of views on his raw and authentic music videos. DThang’s 2021 “On The Radar Freestyle” brought his momentum to a head–to this day, it’s the second most-viewed videos on the On The Radar channel. Alongside peers like Kay Flock, Sha Gz, and Bando, DThang was set to define the sound of Bronx drill for years to come.

Now fully exonerated and back in the drill game for good, DThang is ready to turn heads in and out of the Five Boroughs with his hard-nosed rhymes. Keep your eyes peeled for a new project, coming soon.

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