Dee Goods has previously collaborated with Young Lyxx, The KickDrums and Wyld Stylaz on Booth-featured jams, but this cut, the lead single off his debut set, marks the first time we’ve seen him in the driver’s seat. And I mean that literally—the record finds him rolling through the city streets in his ride, an old-school Cutlass Supreme. Chris King‘s provides a string-laced beat that’s whip-ready, yet low-key, and Goodz modulates his flow to match; delivering his verses in a confident, conversational tone, he lowers his voice to a whisper for the record’s hook. Family, Friends, Money currently lacks a drop date, but we’ll keep you supplied with new singles and release details as they emerge.
Written by richard on 06/11/14
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