Virginia natives DP and D.R.A.M. are ushering in a whole new era of MC's directly inspired by the cocaine tales of Clipse. "For The Love Of" paints a gritty portrait of their hometown, chock-full of drug talk and violence. DP's nonchalant approach is scary--what is a nightmare to most is everyday life for the young rapper--and D.R.A.M.'s hook is a long way away from the good vibes of "Cha Cha."

"'For The Love Of' is a track about the reality I grew up with and live with everyday," DP told Billboard. "D.R.A.M. and I are both from the 757 and we're just telling you how shit is on our side."

DP is the latest artist to sign a distribution deal with 300 Entertainment and joins a roster that includes Fetty Wap, Young Thug, Rich The Kid, Eric Bellinger and more. His Designer Casket drops Nov. 11.

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