It’s two years and two months since the C.E.O Dagrin passed away, but we haven’t been able to get his music out of our lives – from the DJ still spinning his hits in the club, to the hustler by the corner whistling ‘Ghetto Dreams‘, it’s going to take a long time; maybe never.
With two albums, he earned his spot as an icon, but many fans have been wondering if the rapper, like slain rap icons Notorious B.I.G and 2Pac, left behind any unreleased material.
Hopes were raised after long-time Hip-hop producer Frenzy released Dagrin’s first posthumous material ‘If I die‘. And with Spinlet taking over the project, which will see a release of Dagrin’s third and first posthumous album, titled ‘Invincible Bulletproof‘, things are looking up.
It would however be unfair to call the latest single ‘Haters‘ a good Dagrin song. With just an intro, The producer gathers a poorly selected five-man team made up of newbies Dammy Krane, Tipsy and struggling upcomers – Pellyhustle, Bigstreet and Oba Dice to feature on what is meant to launch an album campaign.
What makes matters worse is that Dagrin – who is meant to own the song, only drops a one-liner intro – very embarrassing.