Fresh off his appearance on DJ EFN’s recently released Another Time LP, former Rawkus and BBE signee Dynas returns to the scene with a dedication to J Dilla, “What Up,” the first leak from his collaborative album, Big & Tall, withMiami counterpart Tony Galvin.
Dynas already has history with Dilla, as he produced the title track, “The Apartment,” from Dynas’ 2009 LP on BBE (which also included production from Illmind, DJ Jazzy Jeff, S1 & DJ Spinna) and on “What Up,” Tony Galvin channels his inner Dilla for this heart-felt ode to the beloved artist.
Similarly, Tony Galvin has been plying his trade as one of Miami’s go to producers, as he has produced tracks for T.I., Jeezy, Snoop, Mystikal, Trick Daddy and as a member of Basic Vocab; and has had his music featured in numerous movies and TV shows, including Entourage, Any Given Sunday, Southpark: The Movie, Harold & Kumar Go To Whitecastle and ESPN (30 for 30).
Dynas & Tony Galvin’s (who handles all of the production) Big & Tall LP will be released in May 2015 and features one guest appearance; from Slick Rick.
After a premiere with Allhiphop.com last week, Dynas & Tony Galvin return with the visual counterpart for “What Up.”
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