The man with the always-perfectly timed producer tags drops the trap and experiments in hard rock, Travis Barker-esque trap-metal production on his newest cut, “Made It.” Taking a flow from one of his frequent collaborators, Future, Sonny Digital sing/raps about finally making it in the music world, noting his female body count, the money he’s stacked and matching the dreams he used to imagine.
I have no idea how this is going to be perceived, but I actually don’t mind it? I didn’t really know Sonny Digital could hop behind the mic, even though he dropped some solo stuff toward the beginning of the year, and handle himself. But then again, why does he care what I think? He made it.