By Jack Barnes
Mikey Dollaz fuses Chicago drill and Bristol’s own twist on grime into one invigorating ride on “Hot 16,”which premiered via Dirty Glove Bastard. Over fiery production from Bristol producers Daffy and KYO, the video has Mikey Dollaz proving his strength with braggadocio rhymes about street cred and success. Earlier this week, Mikey Dollaz released his Good Music Gone Bad mixtape, flexing an aggressive and percussive, yet nimble flow that allows him to attack a huge variety of production styles from drill to grime to electronic. On Good Music Gone Bad, Chicago producer Saint the Good Boy and Mikey Dollaz make hard-hitting, menacing street music for the block and the club. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump.
Prior to the release of Good Music Gone Bad, Mikey Dollaz shared a video for the sinister “Street Symphony“ featuring GuGu, I.L. Will and JB Bin Laden, as well as a visual for the shimmering synth slow-burner “Any Given Sunday“, a short clip directed by DaDaCreative which artfully details a day in the life on the West Side of Chicago for Mikey Dollaz. The Chicago heavy hitter dropped his “Commas“visual last month, which MTV called “the waviest shit I’ve heard all year” while naming his Picture Me Rollin project one of 2016’s most underappreciated albums so far. A versatile lyricist, Mikey Dollaz has worked with an impressive range of genre-bending producers including SALVA, Sonny Digital, andObey City to create trap ballads and electronic-influenced bangers alike. “My sound really isn’t inspired by any place or person,” Mikey Dollaz explains. “But drugs play a big role in how my music sounds. You can tell how high I am off the energy of my music. When I first started rapping I always recorded on drugs, so that’s what I was kind of used to and stuck on.”
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