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Runaway Randy Freeman Premieres His Latest Feature "Fall In Drxgs" - CityinThree

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Ever since his musical debut, Runaway Randy Freeman has never failed to impress his fans and critics. From his sound,...

Ever since his musical debut, Runaway Randy Freeman has never failed to impress his fans and critics. From his sound, to the visuals, to the production, and beyond, Randy is always on top of his game.

Today, he showed us exactly why CityinThree fucked with him in the first place. Featuring none other than Jupleci, the Ottawa rapper's latest track "Fall in Drxgs", has Randy not rapping, but crooning, over a trap beat with most of the rap coming from Jupleci.

The song is really catchy and albeit repetitive, it's still very good. It's refreshing to hear Ottawa rappers draw away from the "Ottawa rapper sound" that's often heard to try something new. Although Jupleci is indeed rapping on the track, it doesn't sound like the same flow that's constantly heard by other local rappers. This versatility and uniqueness will definitely differentiate the duo from others.

The song itself discusses Randy offering what sounds like a love interest drugs and the results of these actions. The most notable lyrics on the track definitely have to be, "ya ain't never try these drugs, ya ain't never try these drugs, swear they make you fall in love". The song plays out a scenario that I'm certain many young lovers have gone through and with the way Randy croons those lyrics, they're honestly bound to just get stuck in your head.

All in all, this is a great track by two of Ottawa's rising hip-hop artists. If this is what's going to sound off the early stages of their careers then it's only certain they're going to rise to the top.

Listen to "Fall in Drxgs" today.