Back in January, we introduced you to Seattle spitter Dave B with a pair of dope tracks called "Leaves" and "Do That," and now he's back with another. This one's called "Rain," and the production on it (handled by Stewart Villain) is a little more adventurous this time around.
Whereas its predecessors rolled along with easygoing boom-bap vibes, this one's somehow both more earthy and more synthetic. Chimes and a vocal sample kick things off before wonky synths are spliced in to add some depth; all the while, the beat creates an interesting pocket for Dave's rhymes.
We're looking forward to hearing more from Dave B.
In the back back with an AUX cord, need a car charge
Got a bad broad with a fat fat
She a class act, know the kid play games
But he get paid, still ask 'Where the cash at?'