Ab-Soul - Dub Sac

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
Tae Beast & Dave "miyatola" Free
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A few years ago, Ab-Soul was rolling through the city streets with a Dub Sac in his bucket. Today, ain’t nothing changed—except he’s got a whole ounce of good weed, and he’s upgraded his whip to a Benz. The TDE signee’s first Booth feature since August’s reader-acclaimed Christopher DRONEr, this newly-released street single finds Ab celebrating his rising status in the game, and his skyrocketing standard of living, in witty, wordplay-laced verses. (Standout line: “I’m (in/en)lightening like Pikachu.”) Tae Beast and Dave “miyatola” Free join forces to craft a slow-rolling beat that’ll sound great in your ride, be it Benz or bucket. Dub Sac isn’t currently attached to a larger project, but those feeling it can watch our pages for all the latest from the West Coast phenom.

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