Dyme Def may have fallen off a bit since its glory days of 2007-2010 (I blame the Sex Tape debacle, which really hurt their credibility as artists and they've had a hard time coming back from), but Fearce Villain and BeanOne have been busy over the past year, releasing the solo project There Goes The Neighborhood last summer. This project spotlighted Fearce (who has always been my favorite emcee of the Seattle trio, if only for "LetitBe") and brought him back to his strengths as a storyteller backed by BeanOne production.
On this beautiful song, Fearces waxes over a soulful sample about the desires of a young man growing up in South Seattle. It's a Northwest classic and I would be more than content playing it on repeat until the end of time. If you like what you hear, I highly recommend downloading the entire project.
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