Upcoming New York rapper Dyme-A-Duzin hit the the UK shores for a performance at Barfly in Camden, London hosted by DJ Semtex.
Before the show we managed to catch up with him backstage to talk about his musical inspirations, his favourite song to perform live, going to the same school as Joey Bada$$ and Capital STEEZ, the Rick Ross lyric controversy, his favourite rap line and much more. Check out our exclusive interview above.
This was our second interview with Dyme. Check out our first interview here which we did with him back in May 2012.
New remix from DyMe-A-DuZiN featuring the Flatbush ZOMBIES and The Underachievers.
DyMe-A-DuZiN releases the first single from his upcoming A Portrait Of Donnovan, out January 16th. Listen to the Harry Fraud produced track after the jump.
Fans have been patiently waiting for DyMe & Traphik to drop their music video for “Fly Young Gentlemen.” Well it’s finally here. Video directed Todd Angkasuwan. EOM on the beat.
Read our exclusive interview with DyMe-A-DuZiN here.
Rappers on YouTube really do come a dime a dozen. Luckily, DyMe-A-DuZiN isn’t one of those rappers. To start off, DyMe is a Warner Bros. recording artist. He’s also the front man of Brooklyn based band, Phony Ppl. He was once just another teenager making YouTube videos from his bedroom. Now you can catch DyMe in the studio with the likes of Plain Pat (what up!), Emile, and Harry Fraud.
During our exclusive interview we talk about his religious influences, A Portrait of Donnovan, Plain Pat executive producing his Warner debut, working with Harry Fraud, YouTube, Phony Ppl, and more.