Premiere: Dyme-A-Duzin “White Girl”
Need some musical grooves to keep you warm in these cold winter days? Dymez got you covered.
Brooklyn emcee Dyme-A-Duzin dropped off “White Girl,” the first single from his upcoming mixtape Hip Hope, and the track is sure to get all the Beckys and Christinas out there busting a move. Co-Produced by BNFB (Brand New From Brooklyn) & PreedomWorld, the song, featuring Junior Bell and Keon Bryce, oscillates tempo letting crazed party goers catch their breath, or powder their nose, between verses.
Dymez says of the track, “This song is the story of an unforgettable musical and party experience involving myself, an attractive female and a setting with great vibes and high energy. In the chorus I wrote the lyrics ‘I flip my birds to the world like a kilo of that White Girl.’ Meaning, I distribute music and creativity to the world like dealers do drugs. Middles fingers in the air expressing myself freely and without doubt or disregard, all while making the white girls, as well as every Dyme-A-Duzin fan around the world, dance and party.”
It’s cold out there in these streets, so all thanks to Dymez for getting our feet moving. You can expect Hip Hope in March, followed by a 13-city tour.