I needed this: a heart-pumping song with a hook about “shooting all my troubles down.” Yesterday, Boston-based trio The Dean’s List released the thumpin’ club track All My Troubles via RedBullUSA. This is one of those songs that you can play at a party, when you getting ready for the club, when you’re in the car on the way to the club and once again when you step foot inside of the club. The group’s resident apper Sonny Shotz delivers on the verses, while producer DJ Mendoza definitely does the same behind the boards. Don’t over think things—the blend of electro sounds and distortions, Auto-Tuned hook, hard-hitting kicks and Shotz’s easy flow blend well together. The trio will be releasing a new mixtape, entitled Generation X, soon. I might actually have to keep an ear open for these dudes. Let’s see how this one plays out.
Written by Adeshola Adigun on 06/29/11
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