Trick Daddy ft. BadGuy (of the Dunk Ryders) & Desloc - What Dey Do

Posted 7 years ago
Producer:
Track Kings
Album:
Untitled (TBD)

When it comes to Florida rappers, it’s getting harder and harder to tell who’s really living what they’re spitting and who’s just indulging in a little make-believe.  Fortunately, Miami icon Trick Daddy has discovered a surefire way to sniff out a fake: simply watch What Dey Do.  You’ll soon see that the wannabes do whatever the real thugs tell ‘em, for fear of death. T-Double-D’s Dunk Ryders protégé, BadGuy, turns the rawness up to the maximum, and Desloc‘s background vocals, along with the Track Kings’ hard-knocking beat, cement What Dey Do as a solid street single for South Florida and Dirty South audiences.  Trick Daddy’s eighth album, Finally Famous, has yet to receive a solid release date, but is scheduled to arrive sometime this summer.

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