Dolla - Loud Mouth

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: Dolla , Club
Producer:
Julian Bunetta
Album:
A Dolla and A Dream

With assistance from T-Pain and Tay Dizm, rapper Dolla has received considerable mainstream airplay courtesy of his debut single, Who The…Is That.  On the street cut Dope Man which we recently featured, Dolla is accompanied by a gangsta verse from Jim Jones and a catchy hook featuring a chorus of children.  However, on the newest buzz track, Loud Mouth, Dolla easily handles the job all by himself.  Using a dark edge and an organ-bass sample, producer Julian Bunetta sets the scene for Dolla to release some pent up anger (knock knock, Cool & Dre you have production company).  With plenty of support behind him, Dolla could be the first Konvict artist not named Akon or T-Pain to release an album; A Dolla and A Dream is set to drop this May.

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