Some new Dirty Durdie music hit the inbox a few weeks back and it gets nice. Thankfully the duo can tolerate my blogging procrastination, as Ice and Gremm have yet to grill me about showing love for their first leak from their upcoming effort The Clean Up. But I figure right now is as good of a time as any — maybe better. Reason being, all of the details to their upcoming shows — the listening and release party, respectively, for The Clean Up — have all been announced and are now listed on the sidebar to the right of this post.
So press play and scope-out the 10th and 29th of June…
Now that you’ve heard the track and know what these cats have in store, mark your calendars for a chance to see how Dirty Durdie holds it down live. Also, to get your grubby hands on some rare hip-hop memorabilia: Dirty Durdie Bar Soap. (I’m completely serious.)
Bonez and I have been doing this blog thing for almost three years now. Last March was when I decided to take a stab at covering the hip-hop hailing from my home state.
Rewind time ten-to-eleven years back. This dude Freddie Black was known as Pride. He killed stages with GhosTown and burned mics in battles. Essentially, the man is one of the main reasons I started paying attention to the talent surrounding me.
There’s too much on my plate today to drop all of the sentiments I usually would during nostalgia moments like I’m having now, so I’m just going to leave it at this: if you like The Echo Chamber Blog, Freddie Black is one of the few cats who you can thank for its existence.
Give a listen to X-Files, his new project with DJ Nook:
Don’t let the title throw you off, either. This mix is better than anything those two anal probe-loving queens Mulder and Scully have even done.