Here's a glimpse of what to expect from Brooklyn based hip hop artist Dyme-A-Duzin's upcoming project Hip Hope: with a rhythmic flow and delivery reminiscent of a young Jay Z, Dyme embraces a quickened boom bap beat, courtesy of producers BNDP, Preedomworld and Dyme himself that approaches the quick tempo with a merging of old school hip hop and soulful R&B Motown-esque sounds that are wonderfully highlighted by Junior Bell's and Keon Bryce's vocals.
So what is this track about anyway? White girls? Well, yeah. As Duzin pays tribute, he plays off the words' different meanings (white girl = cocaine), shifting in and out of different contexts, while encouraging you to shift out of your world, live in the moment, and "dance off rhythm to a dancehall riddum."
Dyme-A-Duzin is an artist you can count on to switch it up and challenge himself to explore something different. In recent releases, he's shown different sides of his character from smooth talker in "Body on Me" to tough talker in "Lick." And although his last album A Portrait of Donnovan is littered with underrated gems, Duzin's dimensional progression since that project's release is not something to ignore.
All in all, I can't wait to see what Hip Hope has in store.