Luckily for all of us, Young Mane is back again with some more heat. In his most recent project, Spiderwebs, Mane turns his auto-tune experimentation up to 11 while still not forgetting his original style. Mane tries out some really cool styles, going as far as sounding like an A.I. in the opening track, hate scars, or matching his two guests on the song Profit. Mane also has some of his usual sounds on tracks like Games and I Don’t Really Care, reminding listeners why they fell in love with him in the first place. The few guest spots, taken by 2kthagoon and Fendiimane, are well used and don’t overshadow Mane, but rather complement the sounds that he’s bringing to the table in each song. Overall this tape serves as a great extension of what Mane has been working towards and should make listeners even more excited to see him mature as an artist. Definitely give it a listen, and keep it tuned to DatPizz for the latest and greatest in the world of the underground.
Back for week five of our Fall Single Series, DatPizz has something a little bit different to share with listeners today. With the track “Decomposition of the Self,” Slug Christ, Eric North and crimson//chaos are bringing some absolute heat. Chaos lays down a beat that begins with a bit of an acoustic vibe but devolves into a chill beat which our performers effortlessly ride over. Using almost an electronic sound, the three have created a soundscape perfect for creating the atmosphere they were going for. This song has all the marks of an underground hit, so the real question is why are you not listening to it right now.
Today DatPizz is proud to present a track from rapper/producer Clayton Kasady. Titled “Zero Healing,” this track is the perfect exhibition of both sides of this talented artist. On the production side, some trap drums are perfectly complemented with noisy synths, creating almost an apocalyptic soundscape. This background sets the perfect tone for Kasady’s vocals, which are slurrily delivered in a way to keep listeners on their toes. With a catchy hook and a dark verse exploring his inner demons, Clayton has managed to craft quite a single with this song. Give it a spin and let us know what you think, and as always, keep it tuned to DatPizz for the latest and greatest in the underground.
Back at it again, here’s week four of DatPizz’s Fall Single Series. Again supported by some wonderful NPZ artwork, this week we have two incredible artists, Shrimp and Lil Peep, going over some Glitter production to make the fabulous track “Goth Bitch.” Using some dark synths and heavy 808s, Glitter sets the tone right away with his instrumentation for a dark soliloquy. Shrimp jumps in, telling listeners all about his special Goth Bitch and how much he wants her. Peep reiterates the statement with his hard verse, as normal, to seal off a wonderful track. Listeners are in for quite a treat this week, so go ahead and jump right in.
Today DatPizz is bringing you a new track by Shotgun Gis called “Bougie Boy”. Produced by Flexafendi & Gis, Gis takes this bass heavy and bouncy track to talk about pretty much exactly what you think: how he’s bougie and badass. Bringing some kickass brag bars, Gis sounds like he’s boutta kick some ass and show you he’s exactly who he claims to be. This duo makes some incredibly dope tracks together, so let’s hope this is only the beginning for this rapper/producer combo.
Back again for week three of DatPizz’s Fall Single Series and NPZ is still doing his art thing. This week we have a killer track called “idontfuckwithdrugs (I.D.F.W.D.)” This crazy track offers some production by Shotgun Gis which features a nice, chill key melody complimented by hard hitting trap drums. This all blends to create a perfect smooth groove, one that gives Blake Saint David an opportunity to lay down a beautiful hook about his dangerous desires for the sweet escape of drugs. Jumping in to be the metaphorical devil on his shoulder we have a verse from Delcada about how he does, in fact, still fuck with drugs. Finally we get Tyler Farms jumping in to give his personal reasons for not touching the stuff anymore, offering a fantastic verse that wraps the entire song up. This is honestly one of my favorite songs we’ve ever released, so I encourage everyone to give it a spin (or ten) and let us know what you think!
DatPizz is back with week two in our Fall Single Series. This week we have a wonderful trap beat laid out by our friend trapphones, over which Hellfiger and RIP Eternal lay out some vocals worthy only of the best. Titled “Nothing Lasts Forever”, this song is an anthem to lost relationships and broken hearts. The two vocalists reminisce over love’s labor’s lost and remind themselves that relationships don’t last forever, so they probably shouldn’t get too attached. Talking about such sentimental things while still going hard over the beat, this is the perfect track for really any moment in life. Give it a listen and see what kind of feels you bring back from it.
Today DatPizz is proud to begin our Fall Single Series. We’re going to drop a single every week featuring some of the greatest talent of the underground right now, along with continuing to bring you the greatest of discographies to keep you up to date on your favorite artists. Each song will be exclusive to the site and will feature some amazing artwork from the one and only NIPZ. To kick off our program we have the wonderful song “Chasing Amy”. Opening on a wonderful synth intro to set the mood, JCAM and JJB3ATZ offer up a beat that maintains its trap roots while still keeping a happy, upbeat vibe. Not many artists would know what to do with a beat like this, but BBY GOYARD quickly demonstrates that he’s the perfect man for the job. Using a bit of a stream-of-consciousness lyric style, GOYARD addresses the troubles of dating and the seeming flip-flop of odds for many eligible bachelors. All-in-all, this track is the perfect one to launch our series, so we hope you give it a listen or two and stick with us while we help provide you with the sounds of SoundCloud.
As most of you know, Young Mane is one of our current favorite artists here at DatPizz. With his recent track “I Don’t Really Care”, he definitely maintains that status. Flowing over an incredibly synthy beat by Trapphones, Mane rips a girl’s heart apart by explaining how he doesn’t care if she loves him or not because he’s pretty cool being himself. Taking a verse to remind us that he has plenty of Gucci on his person at all time, Mane manages to ride the line between goofy and dope in a way that keeps you listening for a while, so give the track a spin if you get a chance. You won’t regret giving him a chance.
One entire year. For 365 days, the team here at DatPizz has been working hard to help fans easily access music by their favorite artists. The outpouring of love and support we’ve received for what we do has been tremendous. So, as a bit of a celebration, we decided to do something special. With help from some of the best artists and producers in the underground, DatPizz proudly presents our second tape, Existentialism Volume 2. From Ego Mackey in Canada to Shrimp in Atlanta, and Nedarb in California all the way to Muppy and Hylas Geist in the UK, this tape covers just about everything we love and represent here at DatPizz. It’s been a long road to get here, but it was worth it for the art we’ve helped to create. We are super psyched to share it with you today, so hit up SoundCloud and be sure to download on Bandcamp for plenty of bonus tracks. As always, thanks for supporting us and if you really want to help the culture, toss a little towards our Patreon or pay what you want on Bandcamp
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