Dally Auston x Joey Purp - Do Ya’ Thang

Posted 3 years ago

With Chance The Rapper dropping his highly anticipated Acid Rap project tomorrow, all eyes are on the Savemoney crew leader. However, Chance isn’t the only member of the Chicago collective finna make a splash this week. Booth newcomer Dally Auston has linked up with fellow Savemoney-er Joey Purp to bring us Do Ya’ Thang. Auston kicks off the record, displaying his slurred flow over a jazzy OnGaud production. Purp takes a different approach on the second verse, employing an assertive flow that cuts through the beat. Fans will be able to find Do Ya’ Thang and many more bangers on SaveMoney and THEMpeople‘s SAVETHEM LP, dropping at a yet-unspecified date in the near future.

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