“Everybody wanna be Dwele, They ain’t him, Everybody wanna battle rap, but they ain’t Em…No one can sing a track but J. Dilla.”
DopeHead’s one of the Bruiser Brigade guys and, much like Danny Brown, he’s got the straightforward approach down pat. Definitely not mainstream, but neither is the aneurysm raps that use a million words while standing in place and going nowhere. Instead, DopeHead talks his Detroit past and present, paints his career path and manages direct a couple of lines at radio rap, which he seems to be the anti-thesis of. For now at least. We’d be hella lucky if shit like this did manage to get some airtime.