2014-02-11T15:16:18-05:00 2014-02-11T13:50:12-05:00

Butch Dawson glosses over the competition on "Yada Yada"

The Wire may have put Baltimore on the map, but Butch Dawson is proof that the city's diverse sound keeps on churning out dope artists. After last year's 15 track masterpiece that was Champion Ships, the young emcee is still making moves while revealing his talents as a producer though his moniker JuJuan Allen. On "Yada Yada," Dawson presumably borrows a classic Seinfeld line to speak on the braggadocios nature of today's players in the rap game over a slick piano instrumental. With bars like "I'm like it's easy to flex, the flow is like P90X/ I used to think I was fly but I'd just be in the jet," the 7th Floor Villains affiliate delivers an all killer, no filler experience that'll satisfy the needs of all hip hop heads. And once that beat change up comes on around the two and a half minute mark, you know you're in for a good time.

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While we don't have any set dates for a new project from Dawson, keep it locked to hear more from the up and comer. Rest assured, this is one track that shouldn't be glossed over.     



Butch Dawson

"Yada Yada"

  • February 10th, 2013


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