OBSG - Dirty Dishes

Posted about 4 years ago
Producer:
Hazardous Raisins
Album:
Guns x Gold

New York City hip-hop collective OBSG may have no time for Dirty Dishes, but thankfully they do have time for their DJBooth debut of the same name. The trio’s collective cut Dirty Dishes features Rodney Hazard, Pop, and Raisin all swapping verses on a variety of non-household chore related topics. Despite featuring three different artists each emcee retains their individuality throughout Dirty Dishes. Hazardous Raisins handles the production on Dirty Dishes, which is a funky mix of drums, keys, and other audible delights. If OBSG’s Dirty Dishes has sparked your curiosity then lookout for the collective’s free Guns x Gold album when it drops on August 14.

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