The Intro is actually kinda good, although I would have hoped for more ambient effects and sounds.
0:50, here you start to have a lack of hype; Only having strings and this trap beat don't really cut it. Make this section more alive: a longer impact, maybe a choir could help as well, more melodies, fills, etc. It really is up to you how you want this section to feel or how you want it to speak to the listener.
A similar thing happens with the Build Up, but that is mostly because the kick that you are using doesn't cut through the mix and it is not sidechained. Also, the bass you are using is too loud, make sure that next time it is a bit more balanced.
Speaking of not being sidechained and too loud: This is essentially the entire drop.
If you don't sidechain your Kick and your Snare, then they will drown in the mix and almost not the audible. Dylan Tallchief made a great video about the different methods of sidechaining.
And coming to the basses, they are very unbalanced, especially that main screech shot (which also has a lot of high frequencies that need to be cut out). In many cases does Loudness NOT equal to fullness of the mix. I personally put my basses around -6dB to -9dB, since they will eitherway be boosted by the mastering tool in the end.
You know what this second half of the drop needs? Saw Chords. These can help you to fill out the mix, and again: Youtube has tutorials on them.
Also that vocal sample is too loud as well. I personally would drown it in reverb and let it blend in with every element.
Everything I just said can be applied to the second half of the track, so I don't really have anything more to say.
The Idea of the track is good, but the execution is very briddle, but overall I hope I could help you out with my feedback.