Photo Credit: Jordan Jamal
Young Drummer Boy is the hottest rapper to come out of Ponoma, period. Born Rigoberto Diaz, the Mexican-American producer turned rapper grew up in a musically-inclined family. His father was a member of Mexican rock band Banda Ruby, and his grandfather was a real-life Mariachi in the streets of Zacatecas, Mexico. Most recently, he unleashed a fire new visual for “Everything Go” featuring $tupid Young, holding fans over until his forthcoming project Same Click.
Now, he returns with a new music video for “Foreign,” premiered exclusively on Power106.com. The song itself is produced by Cypress Moreno, bringing all the heat and West Coast swag that fans gravitated toward to begin with. On the hook, he spits, “I did it on my own / I don’t trust nobody / Gold all over my body / Goons in the cut / We be running up / Make me wanna pop that trunk.”
The two and a half-minute clip sees Drum posted in a mansion with his homies, with expensive cars, beautiful women, and boss moves only.
Speaking on the visual, he states, “I had to tap in with Cypress Moreno to bring you the song ‘Foreign.’ Although the song title is really vague, it talks about how I had to do shit my own way, while dealing with obstacles I had to overcome in this industry and in the streets. We shot this video a bit different to show our progression, but still kept that gangsta shit my fans are used to.”