Just days removed from dropping the dots from his name, DRAM returns with "Check Ya Fabrics," a track produced by legendary Def Jam co-founder Rick Rubin. It's a pretty interesting track you'll probably want to listen to more than once.

The new song finds DRAM using some tech to raise the pitch of his voice, crooning over Rubin's mellow instrumental. His smooth vocals blend right in as he croons on about the different clothes he rocks. It's an understated, but engaging tune that marks a dope first collab between two artists.

There's no telling which project "Check Ya Fabrics" will end up on, or if it will pop up on any of DRAM's upcoming releases at all. We're sure it'd make a great addition to anything he's working on, though. After all, the guy hasn't really missed in a long time.

Since dropping his debut album last year, DRAM's been putting in some good work in 2017. Earlier this year, he dropped "Gilligan," an energetic A$AP Rocky and Juicy J-assisted cut that probably should've gotten more attention than it did (especially for the inventive music video). Since then, DRAM's also dropped off "Ill Nana," a new cut featuring Trippie Redd. Make sure you check that one out, too.

Listen to "Check Ya Fabrics" below.

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