Detroit Rapper And Producer Drew32 Is Up Next

At just 19 years of age, rapper and producer Drew32 has been on a steady grind since the age of 14, dropping his debut album Awakening in 2007. Making headlines and gaining the attention of folks such as Radio Disney and one of Eminem’s D-12 crew members, the artist born Andrew Parks is set to add another achievement to his still growing career with the release of the rapper’s latest mixtape The B.U.R.N. Project.

Before Drew32’s seventh mixtape sponsored by Quarter To Life Entertainment dropped to the masses earlier this summer, the Motor City teenager has already rubbed elbows with some insiders in the industry. Last year, DJ Pauly D of reality TV show Jersey Shore fame co-hosted Drew32’s mixtape Take The World: Who Is Drew32? Mixtape Volume 2. Shady Records artist and Slaughterhouse rhyme slinger Royce Da 5’9 was featured on the Pauly D-hosted affair and also appears on Drew32’s latest project as well.

Primarily self-produced save for a handful of tracks, Drew32’s sound would be best described as heavy on live playing and instruments and straight ahead cocksure raps. On the track “Spazz Out,” Drew32 holds his own alongside Royce Da 5’9 who delivers a blistering double-time verse with some hilarious punchlines to boot. Other features include fellow Michigan natives Ro Spit, a former collaborator of Big Sean and other Detroit area notables, and rising rapper Jay Hussle as well.

Drew32 also made some noise recently with a remix of Drake’s “Headlines” track making its rounds via the blogosphere. The young artist is positioning himself to stand out in a crowded Hip Hop landscape by sticking to a tried and true formula with honest portrayals of his image and epic sweeping productions.

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