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Fake Nigga –  Hot Dizzy (reviewed by Dave Franklin)

1_QvTJ0GWdHsD7h1EPu9xKKQHip-Hop and therefore the rap that it spawned has always had a strong sense of loyalty. Commerciality may now be more of a driving force for the music being made on those tough streets but it never lost its sense of gang allegiance and fidelity and that is exactly what Hot Dizzy is addressing here. It is a warning that anyone trying to play him, con him or generally not have his back is fake, is not to be trusted and will find themselves on the receiving end of his anger. Karma is a bitch, as they say.

Musically he delivers his message over skittering trap percussion and solid rap beats, it runs on a more R&B groove, as does much of the contemporary rap being made today and so whilst it is invested by the age old vibe that has sat at the core of the genre since its formative years in the parties and street corners, rap battles and gang culture of the late 70’s it rocks with no small amount of contemporary swagger.

 

Find out more about Hot Dizzy at the following links

Twitter: https://twitter.com/hotdizzy
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/hotdizzy
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hotdizzy
Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/c/hotdizzy
Website: http://www.hotdizzyhd100.com
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/hotdizzy

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