Young Dro – Day Two


The Hustle Gang is back at it and is making a run to reclaim their prosperity in the streets. Straight out the Westside of the ATL, the Bankhead representative Young Dro is bringing his name back to the forefront with his new mixtape “Day Two”, a sequel to his DJ Drama hosted classic, “Day One.” DJ Drama is back on deck for this release as well. Young Dro is well known for his unique flava and style and is recharged to the fullest on this drop.

Here are the SOHH 5 Reasons to download “Day Two”

1.Hustle Gang Support

Since the release of Grand Hustle Records latest drop “G.D.O.D. (Get Dough Or Die)” the unit has been more focused and cohesive. The all-star collective has offered their full support as well to label-mate Young Dro on his new drop, “Day 2″. There is a lot of talent within the Grand Hustle circle and this is the beginning of their re-introduction to the world. T.I. is giving his full push to his camp and Dro is the first one up since the last mixtape compilation. With hit record history and the right promotions, this revamped crew could be just as successful if not more with this new generation. T.I. is currently working on a new distribution deal for his label, and once he secures the slot it will mean greater opportunities ahead.

2. New Dro!

Dro has blessed the fans with a full course meal. Folks have been eagerly awaiting since Dro dropped his last solo project “Ralph Lauren Reefa” back in 2012 with DJ Burn One. This mixtape boasts eighteen tracks of new material. When he was asked about what fans could expect from “Day Two” in an Hustle Gang exclusive interview Dro said, “You can expect greatness I would say. You can expect a lot of porn – drugs, what have you. A lot of things I been through in my life. Hooligans hanging around, nothings. People that became something from nothing na mean?. A lot of late nights, fun, happiness and you might want to cry off a couple songs too because that’s what life is all about. Well my life anyway – so welcome to Dro’s house.”

3. Day One, Day Two

DJ Drama has returned to host “Day Two” and was also the host of Young Dro’s breakout mixtape “Day One” released in 2006. The Justos Mixtape Award four time winner has been a big staple in Hip Hop and his ground breaking series “Gangsta Grillz” tapes featured some of the most popular artists in the game, mainstream as well as up and comers. The title “Day One” has some personal meaning to Young Dro, as it was also the name of the original studio Grand Hustle recorded in back then.


4. Dro Flows

Known for that multi-syllable swag induced flow, Young Dro is considered one of the illest emcees in the South. His entertaining word play is on full display on “Day Two”. From the first track “Take Em Out”, produced by Lil’ C you can still see Dro is as hungry as ever.

“B*tch I’m in here like a burglary/
Slicker than some turpentine/
Iron chrome nine make a n*gga bleed burgandy/
Also well rounded f*ck a square I’ll sell a circle ki’s” – Young Dro “Take Em Out”



Guest appereances come from the entire Grand Hustle camp which include T.I., B.o.B., Trae The Truth, Yung Booke, Mac Boney and Spodee. Production credits go to a various amount of dope producers like DJ Montay, FKi, Sonny Digital, Metro Boomin, Cito, N4, Ensayne Wayne, Will A Fool, Osinachi, M Millz, Lil C, 6 Mile JP, B.o.B., Stroud and OG. Other artists like Trinidad James, Mike Fresh, Travis Porter, Natasha Mosley, and Shad Da God also come through to bless “Day Two.”



  • 5789007

    I thought his name was 3xscrazy now or some dumb shit

  • Eric Smith

    Dro’s music was fun music when he first dropped. But its been way too long. Sorry bruh you can’t take over 5 years off in this business. Strike while the irons hot.

    • 5789007

      Fo sho my G

  • Cj Whitfield

    Dro is dat nigga. I hope he get that look he deserve he has long been one of the best in thr game. And clearly the most underated. And them anybody saying he ain’t.. man #fdb