Conrad Clifton Feat. TRIMM – King Of Dope

Conrad Clifton Feat. TRIMM - King Of Dope

Conrad Clifton Feat. TRIMM – King Of Dope

TRIMM and Conrad Clifton make a big appearance “Ruler of Dope” collab.

Brooklyn-based maker Conrad Clifton, known for an unmistakable style that mixes components of Electronica, House and Hip-Hop has collaborated with rapper TRIMM for the team’s collective “Ruler of Dope” track.

“This coordinated effort was an opportunity to get back with one of my most loved specialists I’ve worked with. Me and TRIMM did frantic tunes together when I lived in Atlanta. Around then, we were working with specialists like The-Dream, Yelawolf, and Grip Playaz (RIP),” Conrad lets us know of the track. “Since I moved to Brooklyn and began Infinity Pool Recordings, I generally needed to put out something with him.”

The cut is surely confirmation of the two men’s range as Conrad uncovers that the melody came to fruition when he redid the background, molding it around vocals laid over another track initially discharged two or three years prior. “I simply needed the beat to blast more, and be more “on the ball”, so I made a radical new beat around his vocals and raised the rhythm a bit. I cherish the way it turned out.”

The new track is slated for a potential arrangement in the expected Purge prequel, The First Purge. Before at that point, acclimate here.