Mere weeks after releasing his bluesy rock-rap tune King Bee, Providence rapper B. Dolan returns to the Booth with a remixed version of the song. Compared to the original version, King Bee (Buddy Peace Howlin’ Remix) takes on a much lighter sound. Gone is the turntablism featured in the original, as well as the slightly eerie intro. The production on the “Howlin” remix, which still comes courtesy of producer Buddy Peace, features a far less rock foundation that allowing Dolan’s lyricism to stand out a bit more. You can find the original version of King Bee on House Of Bees Vol. 2, available for purchase and stream at DJBooth, and be sure to lookout for Dolan on the CHURCH OF LOVE & RUIN tour, which will makes stops in Boston, Providence, and other cities this weekend.
Written by Danielle H. on 07/24/12
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