Now we know that D.R.A.M. is a dude that isn't afraid to take a risk. I mean, he started as a full-out rapper, then reinvented himself as a singer. Plus, his first track to blow up a lot was "Cha Cha," which was, in some ways, infused into Drake's "Hotline Bling" (c'mon guys. It's been months; it's okay to admit that while "Hotline" wasn't a full-out rip of "Cha Cha," there was similar energy, phrasing, et cetera). But, in an even bolder move, the Virginia native hopped on Bryson Tiller's "Don't" instrumental and effectively--for me, at least--stole the song from Tiller.
Let me rephrase that before D.R.A.M. thinks I'm coming for him. He took the instrumental and crafted a song that made me forget that "Don't" was originally a Bryson Tiller song. Check it out above.