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Drei Ros releases new single ‘Excuse My Accent’

Drei’s music seamlessly mixes transnational genres and multi-language lyrics wired together by electronic dance beats.

The beat starts with Drei Ros. The Romanian born Hip Hop artist and producer, has created a distinctive lane for himself in the music industry by pulling inspiration from around the world. Drei’s music seamlessly mixes transnational genres and multi-language lyrics wired together by electronic dance beats. He has overtime created an individual sound that is undeniably unique, yet universally applauded.

Artists, producers and fans have gravitated to his charismatic style, authentic wordplay and ability to experiment with a diverse range of music genres. Drei has previously collaborated with headlining names such as: Pusha T, Kap G, Rick Ross, Gucci Mane, Rich The Kid, Breakfast n Vegas and Jamaican Reggae legend Junior Reid. This July 2020, Drei dropped his latest big single collab “Tables Turn 2.0” with Jamby El Favo and Oplus and ft. Rich The Kid, DJ Paul, Melymel and Alexcis.

Drei has now released his new single “Excuse My Accent” which serves as a hard driving rally cry for human rights and shines a spotlight on the immigrant experience in America. Performed by artists from all around the world – Romanian/American artist Drei Ros, Dominican Republic artist Sharlene and American artist Rob Young. The song delivers a message of truth, struggle and hope. The song is produced by The Donuts and MP808 (808 Mafia) with creative assistance by Grammy nominated songwriter Kief Brown.

Following the song production, Richard Stan (international award winning music video director and producer) brought the “Excuse My Accent” song to life by directing, shooting and editing the music video (pre-pandemic). While international award winning producer Tian Liu (Tigertail Production) coordinated the heart pulling production – which involved over 60 actors. The cinematic score was then added in by Alex Mazzaev to bring out the emotional impact of the music video.

Mixing thought-provoking lyrics with a catchy hook and hard banging lows, “Excuse My Accent” has just the right blend to become a generational anthem for the next cultural wave.