“Dearest companion” marks Dusty Locane’s fifth single this year and first joint effort with 8anditt.
Dusty Locane, cousin of the late Pop Smoke and best in class pioneer of the Brooklyn drill sound, has gotten back with his second joint effort on real time features “Closest companion” with 8anditt. Locane has been on the ascent since last August when drill fans were attracted to his profound and rough voice, frequently resemblant of Canarsie’s Pop Smoke.
“Dearest companion” discovers Dusty Locane and 8anditt exchanging bars over an exemplary drill beat-fitted with frequenting pianos, a basic vocal example, and incredible sliding 808s. In any case, it’s the two craftsmen free styles and science that enhance the melody to hit-status. 8anditt, similar as individual New York local A Boogie mind da Hoodie, flawlessly blends R&B style singing while at the same time coordinating with the irresistible progressions of Dusty Locane.
Locane, who champions himself as the predominant rapper on the track, puts himself at the bleeding edge of post-Pop Smoke drill scene with creative rhythms and a rough tone. Dusty Locane makes plainly “Closest companions” isn’t about him and 8anditt-it’s about his weapon.