(Video) How Pop Smoke And Fivio Foreign Took Brooklyn Drill Global | Diary Of A Song

A New York Times journalist speaks to several people from Five Foreign, AXL, Steven Victor, and 808 Melo to talk about how Brooklyn drill went from a underground NYC sound to global. They talk about how AXL beats never been to NYC but was making the soundtrack to the Brooklyn sound, the influence Pop Smoke had, influenced by Chicago drill music and much more.

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