Harry Fraud's work relationship with Jay Critch has its fair share of fringe benefits, especially when it involves tagging in from the top rope. That exactly what occurred with Harry's new protege Polo Hayes signed under his SRFSCL imprint. Jay Critch enters the frame, on get this, what appears to be Polo Hayes' 3rdd ever single. How's that for a burst out the gate?
After releasing "Gucci Shoes" under Harry Fraud's tutelage, and following it up with "Fuck It I’m Rich," Polo Hayes is ready to make his biggest mark as of yet with "Drip." Along with the aforementioned assist from Jay Critch, himself kind of new to the game, Harry Fraud drew inspiration from his old EPs to create an opaque soundscape with an offsetting quality - one that could mask any of his protege's rookie habits on the mic.
As for Jay Critch's performance on "Drip," doesn't venture too far off the beaten path. His presumption of dominance nevertheless holds weight in certain circles, especially among Rich Forever diehards. hit us with your thoughts.
Stackin' I made it a habit
New Givenchy catch that on my fabric
Those ain't diamonds that shit lookin' plastic
My K swinging it's doing gymnastics.
- Jay Critch