How much money qualifies for a bank to be broken?
You know what I like most about both Offset and Young Dolph’s style? They each tend to rap over instrumentals that are dark in nature, almost relishing at being villains every chance they get. In “Break The Bank,” the two southern misfits unite for this dark banger that has them indulging in all the sins of the world. As expected, Dolph brings rawness to the track, keeping things as simple and brash as it gets. Offset is a little more complicated with his approach, giving us a verse filled with tongue-twisting flows and ruthless lyrical content. Together, I think their styles mesh well, and if I needed to walk in a dark alley for any reason, I wouldn’t mind having either of them by my side.
Young Dolph just comes across like a real one to me.