David Dallas - T.S.T.S.

Posted 4 years ago
Producer:
Fire & Ice
Album:
Unreleased

Sometimes you make a new song because you have a crucial message to get across, because you want to try something no one’s ever tried before, because you have something to say and the world deserves to hear it. And sometimes…f**k it, you just want to rap for the sake of rapping. David Dallas’ new joint T.S.T.S. is one of those times. For the international emcee’s latest release he takes a hazy, rattling beat from Fire & Ice and amplifies it into an opportunity to flex some of his microphone skills. Never fear my serious hip-hop heads, Dallas will undoubtedly be back with some seriously minded, work, but for now, just enjoy a new loose track. Because sometimes you just want to listen to rap for the sake of listening to rap.

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