SIDIZEN KING gives Chainsmokers ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ a hip hop do-over

SIDIZEN KING gives Chainsmokers ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ a hip hop do-over

A nice step back for the people chasing something more laid back to the original

After the original Chainsmokers ‘Don’t Let Me Down’ went full berserk mode, amounting to a more than likely over one billion plays across all platforms and people/artists just generally playing the song out. SIDIZEN KING has gone and done a real dope laid back hip hop inspired cover of the original, which is a real nice turnaround by pancake flipping the original on it’s head with something fresh. Giving props when due for production to casualkimono on ensuring the ‘Ying Yang’ of the track rolled really nicely when mixed with the lyrics. Listen below:

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