Country Dons Drops First Banger Of The Year Titled ‘Family’

Members Rokky, Maroc and Blaze – aka COUNTRY DONS – shows how life’s adversity created their strong brotherly bond in latest track, ‘Family’. Aiming to keep their identity under wraps, each driller take on their own hefty verse over the track’s aggressive instrumental.

The accompanied visuals for the slamming track was filmed in London, which sees the guys take a step out of their country ends in Farnborough. The blazing production was directed by visionary legend Pacman TV, who is an expert in the game for around 10 years. The crew keep their energy levels high throughout the whole video, reflecting the power from their heavy hitting bars.

The highly tipped trio have featured on tracks alongside the legend that is Charlie Sloth, who has cemented his identity within the global rap scene, as well as Suspect another highly respected UK rap figures. This exciting collaboration was released only last month (December) and has already hit over 1M streams on YouTube alone.

The crew made a big entrance to the UK Drill scene and are known for their unique sound. The group have collectively racked a crazy number of views on platforms like YouTube, accumulating over 15.5M views on their track ‘Sticky Situations’, as well as over 14M views on their track ‘Ramsay’. Back in October they released their single ‘Drippers’ which hit 2.5M views and their Daily Duppy released, earlier this month, has reached over 1M.

‘Family’ is now out on your preferred music platform. Now it’s time to watch these drillers-on-the-rise at work; check out the video for ‘Family’ below…

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