slowthai has been flagged as the most exciting rapper emanating from the East Midlands of England. His style of method or style suffuses elements drawn from U.S. hip hop as well as UK variants such as Grime, at a lowered sprint time than usual. Born Tyrone Frampton on the outskirts of London, slowthai has learned the wiles of the devil by the circumference he keeps around local crime waves.
"Drug Dealer" plays off a vigorous string arrangement, the kind you hear in psycho thrillers when the protagonist learns of their fate. slowthai jokingly refers to himself as "just a drug dealer," but the truth really lies in the outlying discussion. His appreciable quality conjures up thoughts of Dizzee Rascal's early musings like Boy in da Corner, which is most deserving of a reload after you finish with "Drug Dealers." Remember the name slowthai, this isn't the last of his insurgency on Global markets.
Minding my business got a business plan
Your foundation built on sand
Sinking sand now you're sinking man
Your chick she was linking man
Before she linked you
She had tings in hand
Call her your princess, man
But her only interest is linking man.