Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, emerging recording artist Sin Dripavelli is blowing up fast. Within a year, the lyricist surpassed over 200,000 streams with his witty wordplay and catchy East Coast Hip hop. Now, he preps his new audience for what he has in-store for 2021 with the new visual for the single “Bad Now.”


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In the 117 FilmsNY Films-directed visual, Sin is being stalked by the haters as he prepares for a night of partying with their main things. On high alert with a fleet of security in the most exotic cars, Dripavelli drops a series of smooth verses while he feels on the curves of the most exquisite beauty. The perfect jump-on point for any newfound fan looking to get familiar with the new sensation coming out of the home that gave us Biggie, Jay Z and so many more. His latest feature sets up a promising new project coming later on this year.

“Bad Now” is available everywhere via Forever Made. After the stream, continue to follow Sin Dripavelli and his rise on social media.

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