Oakland can be a scary place – particularly when I'm rolling through the cut in my mom's bright blue Prius blasting Too $hort. Why is it scary though, you may ask? Well, if you've ever watched the news, or listened to any rap music ever, a lot of the people there can also be sort of scary. Thereby, it's kind of expected that all artists who come out of there make some pretty hard stuff. Today, EARMILK has the opportunity to show you a prime example of this, premiering Dimond Saint's new original "Sum Luv."
Laced with T-Pain samples and big 808 kicks, this track will definitely put your speaker system to the test (in the best way possible). The future bass movement is really starting to take off, and Oakland-based duo Dimond Saints did an excellent job of fusing the style with more prominent trap elements. Definitely an act to keep an eye on, don't forget to throw a like or a follow their way.
Also check out their latest remix of Seinabo Sey's "Hard Time".
- August 6, 2014