Dividenz - That’s What I’m Talkin Bout

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Dividenz
Producer:
Skuntdunanna
Album:
10% Rap, 90% Hustle

Unless you’re from the Pacific Northwest, you’ve probably never heard of Dividenz. You might also be surprised to hear that the duo, composed of rappers Notes (Bay area) and Cola (Seattle), is well into their second decade of putting out music.  While it may have taken them a while to get here, Dividenz is finally ready to make a stir in the other three corners of the US.  On June 1, they will drop their sophomore album, 10% Rap, 90% Hustle, a self-proclaimed “authentic reality driven” effort.  (If that’s the case, then Dividenz has done enough pushin’ and grindin’ to make Tony Montana blush.)  Check out That’s What I’m Talkin Bout, an up-tempo West Coast track produced by Skuntdunanna (try to say that ten times fast) to find out if they also know how to rap.

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