DD Osama has the carbonated energy that New York City’s drill scene needs to stay poppin’. Tracks like “Dead Opps” and “40s N 9s” flex his ruthless subject matter, gritty rap voice and ear for staticky beats that could soundtrack a felony commencement. But where there’s a ying, there’s a yang. The Coi Leray-assisted “Upnow” shows off a more lighthearted, romantic side of the 15-year old talent. All of those mentions have added to his visibility as an artist, evidenced in his millions of monthly listeners on Spotify, YouTube spins and followers on Instagram. With this amount of motion, he’s been validly dubed as a teenage sensation.
DD Osama’s origin point as a
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