DreBanks Blends The Years of Hip Hop

DreBanks ReviewDreBanks gives you today and yesterday with his hip hop. “Dam It Fills Good” with Fied on board gives you a somewhat intimidating feel. The music comes across very Metropolitan. One would guess New York for DreBanks comes from Grand Rapids. Green Eye’s helps out on “Loud Pack.” Here it’s more about a song you can sing along with your boys. It’s not a club track or super hype, but just something for you and your friends to put on when chilling at the crib. One of the best comes when he teams up with TBanks for what can only be described as a throwback to ’90s R&B with “Pushin Me Away.” TBanks comes back for “Girl In Da Club.” It’s not the same as before, which was sort of a let down personally because that R&B flare was on point but it’s nice to see that they can switch it up. After all the friends and homies are out, DreBanks steps out on his own with “I’m Back.” This one has a very upbeat feel that’s like a bit of a throwback to the ’70s and ’80s with the vibe of the music and pace. It’s nice to hear that classic feel in the music. If you’re a fan of hip hop that’s reminiscent of what the past had going on but with a flare that screams 2015, check out DreBanks. (https://soundcloud.com/drebanks)