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@_snapdogg_ gives a peak into the psyche of Detroit’s Problem Child in “Trick Them Off The Streets”

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As we draw closer to the release date of his new project Sacrifices, Snap Dogg has decided to reveal more music from the heavily-anticipated body of work. He premiered “Trick Them Off The Streets” last night, and its open and raw nature go a ways in humanizing the hardened rapper, familiar with death and violence. The somber, yet energetic production from legendary producer Helluva fits the personal song down to a tee, with the most telling line being “I won’t let em Tupac me, Mama.” Throughout the tune, Snap Dogg embraces his relationship with Death; it’s an equal, not a feared adversary.

If “Trick Them Off The Streets” is an indicator of Snap Dogg’s upcoming body of work, it’s that this will be a personal record that shows us the full breadth of Snap’s abilities. We can’t wait to see what other surprises are in store when it comes out on May 25.

Listen to “Trick Them Off The Streets” below.

 

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Sada Baby and FMB DZ murder some eclectic production on “Dragons (Double Dragons)”

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Thanks to esteemed producer Michigan Meech, Sada Baby and FMB DZ have dropped a collaboration that may be one of the best entries in either of their careers. “Dragons (Double Dragons)” is excessively weird, yet polished. It sounds like someone took a theme that would work on Scooby Doo or Goosebumps, injected it with some 808s, and tased it at maximum voltage. Because it’s so unique, it pushes Sada and DZ out of their comfort zone. This ultimately works because they’re able to adapt abruptly to the change and craft a song so good that it’s become one of our favorite of the entire year.

Listen to “Dragons (Double Dragons)” below.

 

 

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Baby Gas and Lil Prezi chase the bag on “For A Check”

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Care for some West Coast motivational music? Baby Gas and Lil Prezi scratch that itch with “For A Check,” a cut that zooms in on the pursuit of the bag and all that comes with it. Baby Gas gets intimate with the vocals, Lil Prezi offering a corporeal verse that manifests the drive to go get it. The cut is deliciously compact and tasteful and will make you want to go get that check by any means necessary.

Listen to “For A Check” below.

 

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OMB Peezy ponders his true friends on “Got You”

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OMB Peezy’s strength comes from his ability to give you that street shit just as well as he can be introspective. His new cut “Got You” takes a look into his mind, trying to make sense of who’s going to look out for him as he looks out for his peers. It’s a question that we all ask when we think about potentially running into trouble. Who’s going to have our backs? Over some soulful production, Peezy addresses his deepest thoughts. As good as it sounds, it also paints a vivid picture that will have you questioning the veracity of your closest relationships.

Listen to “Got You” below.

 

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