Jamaican brothers The Yutes have joined forces with rising Atlanta star Drako for the new single “I’m On It.”
Produced by Halfway, the track showcases each artist’s unique energy as they effortlessly swap potent verses while simultaneously capturing a dynamic vibe with its infectious hook.
The Yutes — Jamaican Patois Slang for “The Youth” — moved to the United States as teenagers to pursue music full-time and have been building a strong fanbase ever since. Along with “Swervin” and “Push,” the brothers also received traction with “Trap Don Dadas,” which was featured on the A3C Volume 7 Compilation.
In March The Yutes performed at Austin’s annual SXSW Festival, where they shared the stage with J.I.D, Flipp Dinero, DaBaby, Reason, Drako, Lightskin Keisha and Valee, among others. That same month, they dropped their first music video for “Don’t Blow My High,” further widening their reach.
Drako, on the other hand, released the single “Watch Me Do It” in 2017 and has become a staple in the blossoming Atlanta scene.”Racks On Me,” “Count It Up” and “Watch Me Do It” have accumulated over 8 million streams on Spotify alone. He dropped his debut mixtape, Fully Loaded, in November 2018 and is planning on unleashing his second one in the near future.
Until then, check out “I’m On It” above and cop it here.