DUBB Feat. Jake & Papa "Trouble On My Mind / Food For My Stomach" Video

Posted by , Feb 4, 2015 at 10:17am

DUBB releases a two-part video for "Trouble On My Mind" and "Food For My Stomach," two cuts pulled from The Game's "Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf."


Last year, South Central's own DUBB (Determined Unique Beyond Belief) scored his biggest feature do date, appearing on three cuts on The Game's Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf. Now he's made two videos, shown back-to-back, for two of those songs--"Trouble on My Mind" and "Food For My Stomach."

Unfortunately The Game isn't here this time, but DUBB keeps R&B duo Jake & Papa on the hook for "Trouble on My Mind," and holds "Food For My Stomach" completely on his own. DUBB spits cold-blooded rhymes with no abandon; lines like "funeral parlor on speed dial" throw us right into the hostile streets he's grown up in. And alongside Jake & Papa, we get a strong whiff of some hey-day L.A. g-funk. With The Game's blessing, we expect big things from DUBB in the near future. 

DUBB releases a two-part video for "Trouble On My Mind" and "Food For My Stomach," two cuts pulled from The Game's "Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf."

Last year, South Central's own DUBB (Determined Unique Beyond Belief) scored his biggest feature do date, appearing on three cuts on The Game's Blood Moon: Year of the Wolf. Now he's made two videos, shown back-to-back, for two of those songs--"Trouble on My Mind" and "Food For My Stomach."

Unfortunately The Game isn't here this time, but DUBB keeps R&B duo Jake & Papa on the hook for "Trouble on My Mind," and holds "Food For My Stomach" completely on his own. DUBB spits cold-blooded rhymes with no abandon; lines like "funeral parlor on speed dial" throw us right into the hostile streets he's grown up in. And alongside Jake & Papa, we get a strong whiff of some hey-day L.A. g-funk. With The Game's blessing, we expect big things from DUBB in the near future. 

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