Last month, Drakeo The Ruler dropped off back to back visuals at a rapid pace before finally unveiling his Ain’t That The Truth project in full. He now keeps his momentum going by unveiling a new collab with 24kGoldn with their new track “Spaceship.” On the track, 24 takes the opening lines as he delivers his hook that’s perfectly in line with the track’s title and theme:
See you from afar, you a star, I been waiting/ You may think you fly with your guy, but you ain’t this/ 1942, nothing new, just the basics, take you for the ride of your life in this spaceship/
In March, Drakeo the Ruler dropped off his headline-making The Truth Hurts project for fans to enjoy. That project boasted assists from names like Drake, Don Toliver, Icewear Vezzo, Snap Dog, the late Ketchy The Great, and plenty more. 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.
Drakeo The Ruler and Ralphy The Plug teamed up once again for a brand new project A Cold Day In Hell a few weeks ago. The new project is dedicated to the memory of the Stinc Team member Ketchy The Great, who passed away a couple of months ago. If you’re familiar with the worth ethic of Drakeo and Ralphy, you know they’ve been nothing but consistent with providing the visuals to go with each track. First up from the aforementioned project was “Gang N Em,” then “Long Live The Greatest” which is the outro track, and then most recently “Close That Backdoor.”
Earlier this year, 24kGoldn dropped off his El Dorado project, which saw 13 tracks with additional assists from DaBaby, Future, Swae Lee, and iann dior — the last of whom contributed to the chart-topping mega-hit “Mood.” A considerable success for the San Francisco star, the album landed within the top 25 of the Billboard 200 and earned 24kGoldn a well-deserved Gold certification.
Be sure to tap in and press play on Drakeo’s brand new single “Spaceship.”