Written by Bryson "Boom" Paul
Ascending Houston rapper RedDroue has been elevating to widespread notoriety for years now with his electrifying persona, braggadocious wordplay and undeniable showmanship. In support of his new album, he drops the latest campaign highlight in the new visual to the album cut “Presidential Floue.”
Directed by Maniac Visionz, ReDroue enlists production by Tone Jonez for a classic West Coast production-influenced song, which he delivers a confident and aggressive flow about rocking designer fabrics, ignoring haters and staying prayed up. The song is a hit and ReDroue knew of it since day one. ReDroue explains:
“I knew the song was gonna jump out at people based on the approach I’m taking & the different sound I’m bringing especially with the delivery and cadence I’m giving to the track. I kinda wanted people to get a Dr. Dre type of vibe while making the song. Honestly, it’s on my favorite songs on the EP next to phantom.”
“Presidential Floue” appears on ReDroue’s latest album, The Massacre: The Diary of Pyroa, featuring fellow risers Marium Echo and Candice Wess. And with the latest single, the 8-song EP features buzzing tracks “The Unjust,” “Money” and “Go Hard.” The Massacre is the follow-up to ReDroue’s buzzworthy 2019 project, Humble Mode.
Watch the new visual for “Presidential Floue” below and stream ReDroue’s latest album here.