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New Music Feature: Dyme-A-Duzin Serves Up Some “Food For Thought” on Latest Single

If “That Chicken” didn’t fill you up, Dyme-A-Duzin, is back to serve up another single off his forthcoming album, Crown Fried. This time around, the young Brooklyn spitter offers up full lyrical entrees on his Eff Dope produced, “Food For Thought.” Hip Hop heads and foodies unite as Dyme drops clever food references within his lyrical raps.

“You can get the 2 piece, or you can get the biscuit. Another brother lost his soul, what the people tell me. Caught slipping, had the biscuit didn’t squeeze the jelly.”

Check it out above.

Twitter: @DymeADuzin

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Dyme-A-Duzin – “Corner Boyz” [New Video]

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Dyme-A-Duzin finished his year strong in 2016. Sustaining the momentum from Q4, Brooklyn’s rising star dropped off his EP Ghetto Olympics to start the new year off. Now, halfway through Black History Month, Dyme drops a new video for his single, “Corner Boyz.” If it sounds familiar, it’s because the single was actually teased in the last video he released for “That Chicken (Remix)” featuring Fabolous in Fall 2016.

The video, directed by Eli Salcedo, stars a young Dyme (played by Josh Phillips) who receives good ole’ maternal advice from his mama: “Donovan, don’t you be messin’ with those boys on the corner!”

Throughout the video, shots of Crown Heights, Brooklyn, are seen, as the young Duzin walks through his own hood, passing corners and witnessing various activities in the streets. Even though he comes in contact with these things, his point-of-view and direction are molded by his mother’s core values and wisdom. And he soon realizes that the streets isn’t where he wants to be.

Peep the full video above.

Twitter: @DymeADuzin

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Dyme-A-Duzin Freestyles On DJ Enuff’s ‘The Hot Box’

Brooklyn native, Dyme-A-Duzin, is proving himself to be a force on the microphone. The twenty four year old is slated to release his highly anticipated project, Crown Fried, at the top of the new year.

So far in 2016, he has released a slew of material, including his recent WorldstarHipHop premiered video featuring Fabolous. For Dyme, fame and fortune is one thing, but the bigger picture for him is being able to change the standard way of thinking in our culture. He wants to pave the wave for others to express themselves freely. Dyme’s passion is to lead the new generation forward, in honor of legends before him.

Recently, Dyme made another stop at Hot 97 – after being a guest on Hip Hop Mike’s podcast a few weeks back – as a participant in DJ Enuff’s The Hot Box. The Crown Heights representative performed his lead single, “That Chicken” and followed it up with a freestyle (8:00 minute mark).

Check it out above.

Twitter: @DymeADuzin

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Dyme-A-Duzin Teams Up With Fabolous for “That Chicken (Remix)” [New Video]

Brooklyn-based rapper, Dyme-A-Duzin, shares the official video for his track “That Chicken (Remix)” featuring Fabolous. The remix is featured on his 2 Piece Tape which is out now.

About Dyme-A-Duzin:

Dyme-A-Duzin is a Brooklyn bred, musical prodigy who was singing in church choirs as early as 9 years old, and comes from a vibrant family lineage of natural performers. Dyme-A-Duzin’s grandmother was a backup singer for the Isley Brothers and his mother is a singer for Gospel group, Rizn. That soulfulness and nearly tangible spirituality can be heard in his music. Another major influence in his career was his mentor, Q The Prophet, a gospel MC who actually taught him song structure and gave him his MC name: “Rappers come a dime a dozen.”

Now, 24 years old, Dyme-A-Duzin has logged more studio time than a lot of artist twice his age and he’s released numerous songs with some of Hip Hop’s biggest and brightest. Named one of the “10 New NY Rappers To Watch Out For” by Complex Magazine, Dyme-A-Duzin is surely becoming the voice of his generation. As a solo artist, he’s opened for musical royalty, Erykah Badu, Talib Kweli, and the Roots. His single, “New Brooklyn” premiered on Jay Z’s Life+Times website and got immediate airplay on Hot 97 with Peter Rosenberg.

The accolades, plays, views and recognition doesn’t stop there, however, and will only continue multiply. Be sure to keep an ear out for the new album, “Crown Fried,” slated for release soon. The “Crown Fried” tour is also coming to a city near you!

Twitter: @DymeADuzin