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Dillon And J57 Bring Together Diamond D And Skyzoo For Potent Posse Cut “Come Up”

Check out this new single “Come Up” by Dillon and J57 featuring guest verses from DITC icon Diamond D and top tier lyricist Skyzoo.

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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Dillon And J57 Encourage Heads To Grab A Couple “Coladas” And Vibe With Them

Last week Dillon and J57 hit heads with “The Squeeze,” the lead single off their upcoming collab album “83 Kids” and this week they’re back with a fun track titled “Coladas” that brings a little sun to the Fall. J builds the beat around a funky guitar lick and echoing horn stab, which Dillon casually walks all over. If you’re looking for that strain of Hip-Hop that is not trying to keep up with trends or play too cool, but instead revels in what made the masses gravitate towards this street-bred genre in the first place, you just found it!

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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Dillon And J57 Put “The Squeeze” On The Comp With New Single

Lobsterdamus himself (aka Dillon) is back and this time around he’s rocking his trademark style of true school lyricism over beats by none other than FiveSe7en Collective founder, J57.

While most heads are likely familiar with Dillon (I mean, shit, he did a full project with Diamond D), they may not know he is the driving force behind Full Plate Records and the semi-annual Plates & Crates events in the ATL. This triple threat (emcee/DJ/producer) really doesn’t need anyone’s help to make dope music but he has regularly collaborated with a number of respected rappers and beatsmiths over the last decade, including Paten Locke (RIP), the aforementioned Diamond D, Batsauce, Boog Brown, and more.

As for J57, he has been a notable boardsman since his Brown Bag All-Star days. The NYC producer has done albums with a diverse cross-section of emcees, including Ras Kass, El Gant, Shabaam Sadeeq, Blame One, and Heem Stogied.

These two linked to cook up some marvelous shit and the end result is a full-length album titled “83 Kids.” Over the course of ten tracks they display a genuine chemistry that is complimented by features from Skyzoo, Blu, Diamond D, and J-Zone (on the drums). The lead single is titled “The Squeeze,” which is out now.

Source: UndergroundHipHopBlog.com

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