The gripping conviction in the rapper’s voice coupled with the ominous guitar riffs and stuttering-808s sets the perfect scene for this flex-heavy visual. G Herbo provides a brash, hard-hitting verse that perfectly complements Wacotron’s brazen bars. Wacotron described working with the Chicago rapper as “Nothing but fire energy. G Herbo went right in like he was late for work and bodied it.” The visual also includes appearances from prominent producer and DJ Marshmello as well as 808 Mafia’s chief Southside. “Umbrella” follows the video for the recent “Gram And A Hoodie” as well as “Checclist,” “Take Off,“ and “Toothpaste.”
Along with the release of “Umbrella,” the Texas rapper has announced his upcoming debut project Smokin’ Texas. The project demonstrates the rising rapper’s ability to muscle through beats from heavy-hitting producers, such as 808 Mafia’s Southside and Marshmello, and features a glowing collaboration with G Herbo. With an unmistakable deep, Texas drawl and captivating cadence, Wacotron details how his difficult Waco, Texas upbringing has shaped his path to becoming one of rap’s most promising stars. With his debut project, Wacotron hopes that every listener is able to recognize all the hard work he has put in to get where he is today. Smokin’ Texas arrives on 4/20 via Pick Six Records.