Brooklyn Drill pioneer Danny Hundreds returns with ‘Damn’ visual: Watch

Back with a well-produced track called ‘Damn’, Brooklyn-bred rapper Danny Hundreds unleashed a new uptempo Drill track for the streets. On the record, he addresses the people who try to copy his style, talks about intimate moments with a lady in a BMW, and being next up. He wears a white long sleeve turtle neck and a face mask in the video as he entertains his curvaceous love interest. If you are not familiar with the artist, he is best known for his song ‘Shake It Baby’, an early Brooklyn Drill song acknowledged and supported by the late Pop Smoke. Check out the official video below to see his dance moves.

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