Digga's Latest Single Continues "Straight Spittin'" Series
After last week's release of "This Ain't No Lil Kid Rap (Remix)" featuring Redman, Rah Digga continues to preview her much-anticipated sophomore LP, Classic, with "Straight Spittin' IV." Producer Nottz worked this and every song on the album and the collaborative power the two artists share is on full display here.
Those familiar with Rah Digga's past work may recognize "Straight Spittin' IV" as the latest in a running series of "Straight Spitttin'" tracks, the second of which appeared on her debut, Dirty Harriet. This installment features Digga in peak form, rapping energetically over a propulsive, guitar-based instrumental. You can hear the conviction in her voice and, when she delivers lines like "I'm spittin' till I'm thirsty, but I don't need a chaser / I'll probably be spittin' 'till the day I meet my maker," and "Straight spittin' on it, you could call this Illimatic / Think I'm lying when I say I got a basement for an attic / I'm spittin' for that cabbage, that scrilla, or that fetti / That hold up press rewind spittin', I don't think they're ready," you know she's telling the truth.
Rah Digga's sophomore album, Classic, will be available September 14th via Raw Koncept Media Group.
Aspiring actor, filmmaker, and rapper DL releases the official lead single, "Fresh (Shawty…Move Sumthin')" from the critically-acclaimed Crime/Drama film "King Of Paper Chasin'", presented by Triplebeam Pictures in conjunction with E1 Entertainment and AllHipHop.com. "Fresh" is a high energy street banger coming straight out of the streets of NYC.
The semi-biopic "King Of Paper Chasin'", directed by La Monte Edwards, is available in select cities on September 17th, 2010. The New York City Crime/Drama is inspired by actual events and is brilliantly captured and told by first time feature film director La Monte Edwards, executive produced by Dwayne "DL" Clark himself, who plays the role of main character "Carter Blanche", while Actress/Model Piarry Oriol takes on the role of DL's distrusting girlfriend "Thaila". Additional cast members include Lauren Hooper ("Rachel Anderson"), J. Stephen Williams ("Uglyman"), Joe Soma ("Agent Richardson"), Jason Rivera ("Dell") and Dennis L.A. White ("JB") among others.
SYNOPSIS: In the city of 9 million people, everyone is engulfed in the everyday rat race chasing that almighty dollar. This movie tells the story of one of its own Carter Blanche (Dwayne "DL" Clark), a self-made entrepreneur who prides himself on the unconventional pursuit of money and success and the dream of becoming a Rap star. Carter has staked his claim to the American dream but history teaches us that behind every wealthy empire is a major crime -- Carter's rise to power is no exception. Trying to go legit to leave his past ways behind, Carter is faced with deception, betrayal, and self serving agendas from those closest to him and must maneuver his way through all those who want to crumble what he has built. As he determines who's friend or foe, the decisions Carter makes can, and will cost lives.