This track from LNDN DRGS is so wavy Max B could vibe to it. For those in the dark, LNDN DRGS unites Compton rapper (and Grimes’ step-brother) Jay Worthy and producer Sean House, who as a pair have already received co-signs from the A$AP Mob. Despite this being the only major cut coming out of their camp, tracks like “Uza Trikk” are mission statements that could place the two on the proper path to forging their own signature sound. On “Uza Trikk,” the duo link up with fellow LA upstarts G Perico and Earl Swavey to make an aural monument for pimps, players and hustlers everywhere to swing their shoulders to. All parties involve approach a degree of velvety smoothness usually reserved for the likes of DJ Quik, Suga Free and high-quality cognac, hitting levels of sleekness that would make Mark Morrison want to rework “Return of the Mack.” In a classic case of “game recognize game,” former LA drug lord Freeway Ricky Ross and members of the A$AP crew make appearances in the track’s visual, stopping by to make cameos and let loose. Job well done, everyone.