Now we all know that there is just way too much music out there, to truly figure out where the good quality music lies. When you have amazing artists releasing awesome music that sometimes falls on deaf ears it can be disheartening but we are looking to help you avoid that so please let us guide you on which tracks you’ll definitely want to lend an ear to during and throughout the week. We also enjoy feedback so if you have any songs that you feel should’ve make the list that didn’t make it this week please do comment below and or reach out to us via our contact page. So let’s see who made the cut for the very first dirty dozen.
So let’s see who made the cut for the very first dirty dozen.
To kick things off, I recommend that you get hipped, to this hidden gem in Philadelphia, Bri Steves. She just recently went in on flipping the popular Anderson.Paak song, Might Be with her very own remix. Warning this song is hella chill but def good for a ride through the city.
If you’re in the mood for a well-written song you’ll definitely want to bump this in the ride when you’re riding around town reflecting upon your goals in life. Thanks to the Carolina native, PJ and her songwriting ability I often find myself relating to a lot of the music she creates. She’s easily becoming one of my favorite songwriters and I can’t wait to see her when she goes on tour.
Here’s a track that’ll give you all the motivation you need when you take that long weekend trip down I-95. Hell maybe you don’t drive and you’re gearing up for that final term paper or big test, either way this will be the song for you thanks to the message Kevin Ross and Chaz French leaves on this track.
If you’re looking for a fresh instrumental to do a quick backseat freestyle to or just enjoy for the instrumental you’ll definitely want to queue up Get Stoopid!!! by Reggie Volume, a House Studio DC producer that managed to pull off this high energy track.
If you are in the mood for a refreshing R&B song you’ll definitely want to press play on Bad Blood by NAO. Her voice is beautiful and she’s also great at selection awesome instrumentals for her projects. It’ll definitely go well with your Starbucks in the a.m.
Here’s an ill track to get lit to while you’re on the freeway from the DC native, Beau Young Prince. He’s been on my radar and I have to say his music has everything you’re looking for, dope lyrics, ill beat, and energy.
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Here’s a track that’s worthy of a listen if you’re looking for something to just cruise and vibe out to while jetting across town to the nearest night club or taking a weekend ride to the beach.
If you’re in a good mood and want to really feel like the big dog in town you’ll bump this west coast track from the Oakland native, Haysus featuring GMalyBrown and Antbankx. Thanks to Christiamentalz he laced this track with some heavy hitting beats and it goes well with the lyrics laid on top of this track.
If you are in a pensive mood this just might be the track for you considering it speaking solely on the importance of time but what I love most about this track is the authentic approach the Raleigh emcee, Ace Henderson’s approach to laying down bars, bars, and more bars.
As the weather heats up so will your music and with this track presented by Innanet James, it’ll be sure to do just that for you. Innanet James is notorious for smacking beats in the face will crafty lyrics and he’s definitely one of the few rappers from the DMV that’s making a name for himself in the game.
Here’s a track for the lovers of the sticky icky icky! Ooooweee! Thanks to the DC rapper, Eli Joseph he has given smokers a track to blaze up to but also enjoy when they take that long ride to the 7 Eleven to pick up some snacks once the munchies come on strong.
When you bring together the big homies Rich The Kid, T-Wayne, Tate Kobang, and TK N Cash you get a fresh ass track that’ reminds you of what it’s all about at the end of the day, getting that paper while grinding. Here’s a dope track to play when you’re putting in work.