Ebro Proclaims Drake Is Bringing Home from the Music — Kaytranada And Twitter Say #GTFOHWTBS

HipHop News Posted on March 20, 2017 at 7:59am

Ebro Proclaims Drake Is Bringing Home from the Music — Kaytranada And Twitter Say #GTFOHWTBS

More Life or ... more trolling?

Twitterville – Over the weekend, Drake finally released his delayed More than the Life "playlist" and the general consensus has been that it's a pretty solid project.

Soak up the 22-song project, Hot 97, Old Man Ebro decided to jump into the Twittersphere with his bold opinion that Drizzy was single-handily bringing you back to the home of the music.

Fuck it...Drake brine of House Music back!!

— OldMan Ebro (@oldmanebro) March 20, 2017

"Fuck it...Drake brine of House Music back!!" Ebro wrote.

And the crowd went crazy.

Most of the negative reactions stemmed from fans of several other Hip Hop artists who have ventured and seen several games in the power of house music.

"@oldmanebro: Fuck it...Drake brine of House Music back!!" pic.twitter.com/u5m6KTR9Hd

— sithlord illa. (@ILLADELL) March 20, 2017

Azealia Banks,Kanye West, KAYTRANADA be like @oldmanebro pic.twitter.com/2iZhcUO9Wa

— SNAP:Shawn Jameson☁️ (@ShawnJLA) March 20, 2017

@oldmanebro pic.twitter.com/YoDxpm2w1X

— Frank Buff (@brooklynbuff) March 20, 2017

@oldmanebro was missing "Fade" by the way Kanye West?

— The Public Stand (@rolfmulder) March 20, 2017

@oldmanebro Puerto Rico, still playing house and freestyle music

— FelixB (@nyfinest82) March 20, 2017

Most notable among the detractors was a multiple of Montreal producer Kaytranada, who responded to the Ebro claims with a proverbial sit-up-in-your-seat tweet: "*clears throat* what they say?"

*clears throat* say what? https://t.co/bdyHIju3kw

— KAYTRANADA (@KAYTRANADA) March 20, 2017

HipHopDX 2016 Producer of the Year, the increase of its burgeoning fan base thanks to her album breakout, 99.9%, that is inspired by elements of Hip Hop, R&B, electronic, and yes, you guessed it, house music. The album featured guest spots from Anderson .Paak, Vic Mensa, by phonte, and others, and was ranked #4 on HipHopDX Best Albums of 2016

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