Dijon SAMO - All Nite

Posted about 3 years ago
Producer:
Ceej of Two-9
Album:
Life, As We Know It

Lately, it’s become popular for rappers to drop their rap monikers in favor of their government names; for example, Mean Doe Green now goes by Kahali Oden, and Gameboi has become Isaac Castor. Today, the L.A.-by-way-of-B.K. emcee formerly known as LaVish joins the club with All Nite, his first DJBooth feature as Dijon SAMO. While the title of this low-key banger primarily refers to the Airplane Mode rapper/producer’s round-the-clock hustle, SAMO doesn’t neglect to incorporate some sexual braggadocio into his self-assured verses, delivered over Two9 member Ceej‘s icy synth production. The artist hooks up with Devinn to direct the official video, which features imagery from the work of Stanley Kubrick. Feeling it? You’ll be able to find All Nite and much more on forthcoming mixtape Life, as We Know It, dropping digitally October 26.

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