Dizzy Wright ft. Big Remo - BrILLiant Youth

Posted 2 years ago
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Producer:
9th Wonder
Album:
brILLiant youth EP

Over the last year and change, Sin City’s Dizzy Wright and NYC’s Bishop Nehru have distinguished themselves as two of the most promising young artists in the hip-hop game. Now, streetwear brand LRG has brought these two BrILLiant Youth together on a new, three-track EP. The project’s lead single and title track, however, features Dizzy trading bars with another talented upstart; First in Flight State rhymesayer Big Remo jumps on project producer 9th Wonder‘s subtly driving, swung production to deliver a self-assured opening 16. Like what you’re hearing? Then what are you waiting for—click here to stream the full EP via Soundcloud.

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