Mikey Dollaz – “Waddup/Who Betta” (prod. by SALVA) [Audio]

Mikey Dollaz

By Jack Barnes

Chicago drill emcee Mikey Dollaz nimbly navigates SALVA‘s production like a sledgehammer doing ballet. On his new track, “Waddup/Who Betta,” Mikey Dollaz attacks two different beats from the Los Angeles producer and BBC Radio 1 DJ with blunt force, complementing but not overpowering SALVA’s minimalist production. Debuted by Mass Appeal, “Waddup/Who Betta” is another addition in what is becoming a fruitful rapper/producer relationship. Mikey Dollaz and SALVA previously connected with King Louie on the Art of Noise-sampled “Forever Be Dat Guy,”as gunshots punctuated what seemed to be a tranquil love tune flipping it into a boastful drill anthem. HYPETRAK praised “Forever Be Dat Guy,” noting the rappers’ “catchy triplet flows over the hard-hitting instrumental.” Enjoy this audio stream below after the jump.
“Waddup/Who Betta” follows a cavalcade of quality Mikey Dollaz videos released in 2016. Earlier this month, HYPETRAK premiered the hedonistic video for “Forever Be Dat Guy” alongside a Q&A with Mikey Dollaz. Last month, The FADER premiered a video for “Hot Boy,” a beat-shifting party anthem produced by Obey City of Lucky Me.  “Hot Boy” quickly followed the releases of videos for the Sonny Digital-produced “Good As It Gets,” premiered by HipHopDX, and “Flat Or Molly,” premiered by ACCLAIM Mag, as well as the video for the  Strict Face-produced “Fuck Me Right,” which Dummy Mag called a “visual concoction that entwines itself to the aquatic and crystalline sounds of Strict Face’s production.”

Mikey Dollaz’s Picture Me Rollin mixtape, which debuted last month via FACT Mag, finds Mikey Dollaz teaming up with Planet Mu’s Silk Road Assassins, Dun Deal, and Honorable C.N.O.T.E., in addition to the aforementioned contributions from Sonny Digital, Obey City, and Strict Face, to create a fusion of Electronic and Drill. In their review of Picture Me Rollin’HotNewHipHop said that the tape displays “Dollaz’ astonishing versatility, with everything from trappy ballads to trunk-rattling EDM-influenced bangers to straight up party anthems.” Born and raised on the West Side of Chicago, street drama derailed a promising basketball career for Mikey Dollaz. After a prison stint, he invested himself in the city’s burgeoning hip-hop scene, linking with Tink and Dreezy. Mikey Dollaz’s Picture Me Rollin is available now.

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