Dub-O - Moves To Make

Posted 3 years ago
Producer:
Hitmakers
Album:
Do I Know You?

Usually the moves I have to make include getting groceries and picking up dry cleaning, sometimes even major moves like getting an oil change. But rapping along a beach while the waves crash in? Those are moves I definitely need to learn how to make. After hitting the DJBooth with Paid back in October, Cleveland repper Dub-O returns with a video single for Moves to Make. Produced by Hitmakers, Moves features a synth-heavy beat that allows Dub to both drop some verses and harmonize a bit, all while discussing, as you might have guessed, the moves that he has to make in order to get his change together. If anyone out there needs me to rap along a beach for them just let me know, I’m definitely interested and available. (Ok, fine, so you’d probably be better off booking Dub-O.) Moves To Make can be found on the EST19XX representative’s project, Do I Know You?, out now.

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