Racko is putting newer artists to shame due to his present-day musical approach in the rapsphere. Amongst his blunt bars lies various genres that are utilized to the tee. Racko can deliver over Afrobeats, hip-hop, R&B, and pop beats as the versatile rapper he is. Additionally, he delves into melodic and smooth flows. Moreso, he embodies the influences that Gucci Mane, Wiz Khalifa, Lil Wayne, and Jadakiss leave behind. Case in point, Racko is destined to become America’s go-to musician.
Currently, he’s adding the final touches to his album Rackos Modern Life, which is set to drop sometime soon. Listening to the previews, the album will consist of multi-genred instrumentals, and listeners get a feel of Racko’s singing side. The topics seemingly explore his diehard hustle, lavish lifestyle, and how he’s thankful for the good and bad. Not to mention, he puts opps in their rightful place.
One song that’s gotten much applause is “FWU,” a trap offering that finds Racko speaking about the kind of people he refuses to associate himself with. Because he’s about his business, he expects the same from those who want to be in his life. Subsequently, he opens up about the progress that’s garnered him much success. If one isn’t loyal, that’s another “no” in his book. Deeper into the song, the spitter also speaks on his charisma.
One notable line goes, “I had a dream like Martin Luther/The vision I seen/F*cked around and made it my future.”
Bermuda-born Racko had full-on heart eyes for music at 16-years-old when he first visited his friend, Uncle Sam’s recording studio. After discovering that he too could make music, Racko went all in.
His assuredness pushes him to ascend in the music industry continuously. Racko’s goal is to make a mark in the industry and put his hometown on the map in the hip-hop realm.