2011-11-30T22:15:40-05:00 2011-12-01T11:25:59-05:00

Day-Go Produce - "The Swells"

Day-Go Produce (Rolando, DJ Tramlife and J Treel) provides you with their visual drop for the song "The Swells" on a simple yet effective platform. Using Mt. Eden's "Sierra Leone" as the music pallet and filmed on famous Mission Beach, the clever simplicity of the video gets listeners to focus on J Treel's lyrics while providing a scenic back drop that relates to all of what he's saying. If you didn't get it on the first listen, he craftily uses beach terminology for a gigantic metaphor for life. Not only is this song and video well executed, but the whole package totally plays into the lifestyle that is San Diego. Where, not surprisingly, Day-Go Produce calls home.

Cleverly fresh times 100 trillion.

Follow Day-Go Produce on their Facebook page for more music and video drops from the crew. Also, catch them live on the Full Melt Tour with Parker and The Numberman and HighDro. The tour is jumping off as I type this so visit their Facebook page for dates and city stops.

You can follow my antics via Twitter at @CalebTCP.

Hip-Hop · Hiptronica


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  • um didn't XV already do this on 30,000 feet up in the sky?? are we running out of backbeat tracks kids...couldn't come up with anything original

    Avatar mandi December 1, 2011 10:45 AM Reply
  • hey mandi....1) hating is a symptom of a chronic disease called jealousy 2) ive nvr heard that xv ditty you speak of so maybe sucked shweaty b*lls and 3) and most importantly i have a sneakin hunch that perhaps XV might have ripped off the group they sampled sooooo maybe you should ask them if they hada prob w originality as well. (btw, im not evn in the group. jus dislike snotty rocks from glasshouses). bang. gmg.

    Avatar GMG December 1, 2011 3:01 PM Reply
  • we aren't running out of backbeat tracks, people just haven't been as creative lately, and honestly all this dubstep hip hop needs to go, damn

    Avatar reptardick December 1, 2011 5:48 PM Reply
  • rapping over someone else's beat is super lame.  especially one that's been used by half a dozen other rappers.  try to do something original next time guys!

    Avatar jonnybonham December 2, 2011 1:01 PM Reply

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