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  • The titular Draco is a Romanian-made shortened pistol version of the AK-47 assault rifle.

    Draco season with the bookbag
    Rat tat, got a little kick back

    The Draco does not have a stabilizing stock making it small enough to fit in a book bag. However, this means the user of the firearm gets a kickback.
  • Soulja Boy previously released a song titled "Draco", which was a track on his Real Soulja 4 Life project. Future's fellow Atlanta rapper actually owns a Draco and he famously pulled it from his backpack during his beef with Rico Recklezz.
  • The song was produced by DJ Spinz, who has previously worked with Future on such songs as "Honest" and "Commas."
  • The song combines its nihilistic lyrics with a catchy melody. "Draco and the book bag, that's from real life," Future told Billboard magazine. "But being able to take that and make it where it's not so ­violent? It can connect to more people. You don't own a Draco, and you like it, right?"
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