DRIP World will also feature bass-heavy, trap-inspired party starter, Comethazine who will bring his slew of hits to the stage including “Bands”, “Walk” and “Let It Eat”.
Childress began posting his music on audio distribution platform SoundCloud and video distribution platform YouTube as a teenager, allowing him to quit his job as a mechanic to focus on music full-time. In late 2017, record executive Todd Moscowitz signed Childress to his record label Alamo Records.
Comethazine's music has been compared to the works of American rappers Playboi Carti and Tay-K, and has been referred to as anti-melody, a derivative form of trap that uses the bass as a source of melody instead of traditional instrumentation. He has cited rappers such as Big Mike, Chief Keef, and Jim Jones as musical influences.