The music video has been picked up by WorldStarHipHop.com, which is esteemed as one of the biggest Hip-Hop video hubs on the web. Furthermore,YMCMB/Cash Money’s videographer Derick G , who’s notorious for creating all the jetsetting video blogs to music videos for Birdman, Jay Sean and Lil’ Wayne, has also taken notice of the new clip.
Responding to all the video hype, Bilz Music’s executive Vicious comments, “It's crazy that big producers like DJ Kemo are feeling a track that my artist produced.” Drega adds “As a new producer I don't feel like I'm as good as I want to be so when platinum selling producers are giving me props I can't even believe it. I'm so motivated, I'm going to step my production 100% in 2013, just watch. The response from the people has been crazy; the amount of messages on Facebook and Twitter is overwhelming. I'm definitely getting back to everyone though, I ain't one of those too good to talk to my fans type rapper. Hollywood ass rappers.”
DJ Kemo heard the track and immediately responded, “Sick tune homie! Yeah, I truly like this record. Shit will go hard in the clubs.” DJ Kemo is a member of the Vanguards Production Team; the music masterminds behind Kardinall Offishall and Akon’s multi-platinum single “Dangerous.”
Drega proves he is a Hip-Hop artist in good company. From his Bilz Music affiliation to the music speaking for itself, Drega is taking Hip-Hop to another level for the South Asian community.
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