Toronto artist Drega has released the second single off his upcoming EP titled Man of the Year. The song triumphantly called “Henry VIII” not only displays the fun, vibrant side of Drega but also showcases his knack for production.
“I’m pretty confident in my rapping abilities, but I didn’t feel my beat making skills we’re good enough, until I made this beat”, says Drega.
As for the unique title “Henry VIII”, Drega says, “The concept of the song is a take on Rick Ross’ BMF, but instead of glorifying a drug dealer, I wanted to glorify an English king that had seven wives and was pretty bad ass in his own right.”
Drega’s Man of the Year drops March 29th, 2011.