Dee Goodz is gearing up to release his debut LP Family, Friends, Money. With a few months left until its release, he’s returned to a cut off Donny Cash, his latest mixtape.
On “Eatin,” the New York-based rapper salutes the hard workers. In an interview, Dee Goodz shared his insight on his move from Nashville, Tennessee to New York. “You gotta go where they playin’ ball at if you want to be considered a real ball player. Cats can hoop overseas if they want to, but you ain’t really ballin’ unless you in the NBA … I grew up listening to dudes like Jay Z and Nas, so I knew if I can get it crackin’ in New York, I can get it crackin’ anywhere,” he said.
“Eatin” video represents different types of people in costume for their various types of hustles. There are bachelors, dopeboys, gangsters, businessmen, doctors, scholars, but their commonality is that they are all hustling to acquire something greater. The record is produced by Key Wane who’s known for his production for Big Sean (“Guap”), Drake (“All Me”), and most recently, Beyoncé (“Partition”).
Though there’s some time until the release of Family, Friends, Money, Dee Goodz’s team recently produced a mixtape for HBO’s Game of Thrones, due out on Friday. He also teamed up with the AllGoodz Company for a special collaboration tee-shirt commemorating the Dee Goodz x Ro Spit song & video “Hall Of Fame.”
Chicago/Chiraq emcee ATM is back with a new visual, “Last One,” from his new mixtape, Friday At The Currency Exchange---come take a walk with him and learn about his trails and tribulations—they are more then likely very similar yours.
After being featured in the latest issue of Source Magazine, RRome returns with a new banger, “Like That,” featuring an assist from Sheek Louch. “Like That” is taken from RRome’s upcoming, “Take This Serious,” mixtape which is hosted by DJ Absolut and the production is supplied by GQ Beats.