British-Nigerian KSI Features Lil Baby & Rick Ross On ‘Down Like That’
The end result is a decent, if not entirely spectacular dose of melodic rap, tinged ever-so-slightly with dubstep elements. For what it’s worth, KSI sounds comfortable on an instrumental, kicking things off with some opening bars. “I’m cold with this, slow man down like Freezer,” he spits. “Wanna backstab like Frieza, dictate death like Caesar.”
Rick Ross slides through next, dropping off a brief and admittedly phoned-in verse. Still, it’s never a bad thing to hear an update from this particular boss, whose presence and gravitas are statements in themselves. Lil Baby fares no better, capable though not exerting himself in the slightest. “My concierge don’t ever stop me,” he raps. “You know I fuck with Ross I even went and bought the block, a hundred million dollars strong.” While the track itself is fine, look for more excitement to pop off in KSI’s upcoming boxing match with Logan Paul on November 9th.
The 26-year-old British gamer and vlogger who has amassed more than 20 million subscribers on his YouTube channel, does more than just video content. The occasional rapper has managed to grab significant names from the U.S. for his melodic Rap single which you can stream below.
Apart from rapping, KSI, whose real name is Olajide Olatunji, also takes part in amateur boxing. His first one against British YouTuber Joe Weller was watched by 1.6 billion people online. It was described as the largest white-collar boxing event in history. He also has another one on the way on Nov. 9th at the Staples Center against American vlogger Logan Paul.