/  04.16.2021

Bino Rideaux has been steadily blessing his fans with melodic hits for a while, and now he’s back with his latest offering. For this new drop, he recruits one of the busiest players in the game right now, his fellow West Coast rep Drakeo The Ruler. On their new track “Incredible,” Bino drops some potent lines:

You know my vibe too incredible, I thought I told you you a federal/ They tried to treat me like an animal

I hope you ain’t gon buy what they sellin’ you, you know I had to leave you alone I was failin you

Most recently, Bino Rideaux can be heard on BlueBucksClan’s project Clan Virus 2 on the song “Baby.” His OUTSIDE project came out earlier last year and included features from Mozzy, BlueBucksClan, Young Thug, Ty Dolla $ign, and Fredo Bang, and we got a visual for the Thugger-assisted track back in September. Prior to that, Bino dropped the well-loved Sixtape project, a collab EP with his fellow LA native BLXST. which quickly became an undeniable staple in both of their catalogues. Back in 2017, Bino released No Pressure, his joint project with the late Nipsey Hussle. The 8-track project had a sole feature from Dave East.

Just last month, Drakeo the Ruler dropped off his headline-making The Truth Hurts project for fans to enjoy. He’s spoiling his supporters with consistency as he revs up his engine to drop yet another body of work, the forthcoming Ain’t That The Truth. The aforementioned The Truth Hurts offering is a 17-track project that boasts a dope list of guest appearances, including names include Drake, Don Toliver, Icewear Vezzo, SaySoTheMac, Damon Elbert, the late Ketchy The Great, and a few others.

Be sure to press play on Bino Rideaux’s new track “Incredible” featuring Drakeo The Ruler down below.



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