2016-04-19T15:28:01-04:00 2016-04-19T15:54:11-04:00

Dollar Bin soundtracks your life on 'The King of Styles' EP

When I'm 9-to-thriving on an idle Tuesday morning, I gotta have some bangin' instrumentals in my ears -- some pasteurized, vitamin D-fortified shmack that's gonna vibe with my Raisin Bran.

Enter Dollar Bin, the Harlem beatsmith whose The King Of Styles EP will turn your weekday mourning into a damn-near Pentecostal revival.

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The King of Styles EP packs an LP-sized punch into a mere four tracks, each ditty chock-full of insane drums, invigorating synths and all sorts of nuanced details that speak to Dollar's craftsmanship and precision. From the project's emphatic opening act, "DOG," to the more chilled-out closer, "Pocket," KOS has a little sum sum for everybody.

If you're diggin' the EP, be sure to support the homie Dollar Bin on iTunes so he can keep the slaps coming!

Connect with Dollar Bin: Twitter | SoundCloud | Official Website

Purchase King Of Styles EP on iTunes

Hip-Hop · Instrumental


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