Def Beach Society - Hold Up

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Roswell
Album:
Def Beach

If the climate in your city of residence is anything like it is around my way, it’s unlikely you’re going to be doing any top-down cruising for several months. With that said, those looking for a little something to remind them of those long, lazy summer afternoons that currently feel so far away will find exactly what they’re seeking in Hold Up, the latest single from Virginia’s Def Beach Society. The trio’s first featured cut since September’s reader acclaimed Freedom, the record finds Roswell crafting a blissfully mellow, sampled beat to back laid-back verses from crewmates Swizz and Nick Breeze. Like what you’re hearing? Then stay tuned to The DJBooth for more quality song releases leading up to the spring 2013 arrival of Def Beach’s self-titled studio album.

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