Jarred Howard
Jarred Howard
30 Jun 2020

The Brooklyn drill movement came in and invaded the United States for the majority of 2019. With the tragic death of Pop Smoke who emerged as the leader spearheading the moving moment, there were questions to see who would pick up the torch to carry the sound where Pop Smoke left off. The answer to that question would be a variety of rappers which include Fivio Foreign, Sleepy Hallow, Sheff G, Smoove L, 22gz, and more. Today we can add 26AR to the list of New York drill artists to keep track of. His recent video for “My Set” makes you want to be outside mobbing with the guys. “On Set” seems like his best song to date from an artistic point of view. But the snippet at the end of this video sounds pretty impressive as well. Hopefully, 26AR continues to work and improve his sound, because at this rate if he keeps pumping out singles and videos at this quality he should have a solid following accumulating around him soon. 

Listen to the track and watch the music video here: