Luu Breeze x G. Milla - Du$k

Posted 2 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Daniel Worthy

In horror movies, getting caught outside after Du$k often means being at the mercy of creatures of the night. This freshly-minted joint promo single from Luu Breeze and G. Milla follows that convention, casting the T-Dot emcees as monsters eager to rip out the throats of suckers and lames. Daniel Worthy creates an eerie atmosphere behind the boards, blending shrill strings with booming percussion and dissonant metallic groans, and throwing in some diabolical laughter for good measure. Milla and Breeze attack the beat with appropriate aggression, using their verses to lambaste peers who “ain’t saying sh*t.” While Du$k isn’t part of a larger set, Breeze’s fans should check back with us for updates on forthcoming full-length Remember What You Said, which as yet lacks a drop date.

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