Think cold beers and pungent marijuana.
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The Kid Daytona’s “Bass Leanin’” sounds an awful lot like a take on Stalley’s Intelligent Trunk Music, with its blend of plummeting bass, smooth horns, and an intermittent screwed vocal sample.
The Kid Daytona's been a man on a mission, dropping off his second official project at the latter end of the year.
It's hard to believe that this list needed to be made.
The Kid Daytona doesn't come out to play as much as many of his comrades, but when he does, the results are always potent.
Despite being packed with tracks cooler than a box full of beers, The Kid Daytona's Interlude II LP seemed to get somewhat overlooked when it was released the week of Christmas.
Considering the majority of rappers keep their love life wide open, there were quite a few Valentine's Day mixtape releases yesterday.
The Interlude II dropped just a little while back, but The Kid Daytona's here again to drop a little goodness for y'all.
Can you imagine if your first mixtape featured Wyclef Jean, Shaggy, Melonia Fiona and Pharrell, who also happened to be the one funding it.
Music fans rejoice, The Kid Daytona lets loose his year-ending mixtape The Interlude II, sequel to 2010's acclaimed release bearing the same name.
When the moon hits your eye, like a big pizza pie, that's amore.
Since most Crooked I fans are hyped to hear their favorite microphone destroyer will be releasing another EP called In None We Trust on December 13, the Left Coast Slaughterhouse member let go of this laid-back leak to help tide them over until it drops.
The Interlude II is full steam ahead with its second single "Ivory Coast Crime Scene" featuring fellow New Yorker, Action Bronson.
Equipped with the heavenly voice of Goapele, The Kid Daytona is looking towards the sky and giving thanks to that higher power that gave him his heartbeat and ability to stay on beats from Statik Selektah with clever lines.
Daytona is wheeling and dealing with that excrement that keeps all the insects buzzing in the summertime.
Take David Dallas' track title with a grain of salt: if he really felt like one of the Gallaghers, he'd be bitter, quarrelsome and feeling superficially great from knocking down a Scarface-sized mountain of nose candy.
Now that Steve Williams is in the unemployment line, he may find work in Harlem and the Bronx, where Smoke DZA and The Kid Daytona hold council.
Need something to do in NYC next Wednesday.
As if our BBQ & Boomboxes playlist wasn't enough, Hot97's most street savvy DJ, Peter Rosenberg is in the spirit of sunshine as he's set to spread the vibes in the form of his new EP, What’s Poppin Vol.