From the moment you hear a song it can take you to a vision that only you see in your head. Sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s bad. Sometimes it’s neutral. Depending on the song it could transport you to an era of hip-hop. Jamaica’s Five Steez manages to capture the 90’s New York sound and takes us there with his new “Dirty Couch” single.
Produced by Mordecai, Steez makes us see a gritty part of a building in what I picture is in black and white. I see Steez rhyming this song with his posse in the back all on top of a building with shots to a small hallway with an actual dirty couch in it. Steez aims at the copycat sounding artists and those who are “diluting the genre” on “Dirty Couch”. This will be featured on his HeatRockz EP later this summer.