Long Island native So Dope issues “Come For Me” with Atlanta rapper Xzaye, offering a creative twist on hybrid trap. So Dope breaches new waters with a lulling bassline, which is more intriguing than anything he’s constructed up until now. Recruiting Xzaye to integrate a more hip-hop driven cut, “Come For Me” is So Dope’s most daring record to date. Blurring the lines between trap and bass house, the track provides So Dope an edge over the rest.
The heart of New York City breathes through the creative pulse of every move that Pedro Mercado, aka So Dope, makes. Emerging in 2016 with the hard-hitting club cut “HIYAH,” Mercado has been expanding his sonic palette at a dynamic rate ever since. In 2019 alone, So Dope has cut through the crowded field of east coast producers proving his certain impending ascension to the top of the global bass house scene. Amassing over 960,000 streams in 2019 alone, the organic growth for the emerging artist has been nothing short of remarkable.