Doite Media Trifecta Getting Us Ready For The Summer
As the weather begins to heat up, so is the music being released from the Doite Media camp. This past week Doite Media released three singles from three different members of their camp: 1080 Beats, Shipley, and BASSLINE Alum Elevator Nate. Each single showcases the talents of each individual that will have you listening to each song on a loop.
Khamari Young - Kisses (Prod. by 1080 Beats)
Khamari Young provides us with a subtle banger that is reminiscent of 6LACK but with better execution in my opinion. 1080 Beats definitely did that in regards to the production. Khamari gives us some insight on a night where he receiving kisses from multiple women. Honestly making me want to step my game up. This track was well put together being that everything seemed to mesh well. Prayerfully this duo continues to work together as they got one in my opinion.
Shipley - 12 Dozen (Prod. by Brandon Carlyle)
On this track Shipley brings the vibes with this one. No, like this is really a vibe.The song starts off with a dialogue of an arguing couple that sets the tone of the song. This is a track that is definitely meant as an apology to Shipley's better half. It's crazy how a record with so much pain behind it can make you feel so good. Shipley acknowledges that things are charging and a dozen roses for each mistake seems like she is well aware that she only has one more chance to make things right. With her getting out of her own way and laying it all on the line hopefully things worked out for her.
Elevator Nate - Blood Line (Prod. by Elevator Nate)
Blood Line is a track that Elevator Nate produced to symbolize the impact the son has had on his life. The track starts off with him being asked "Are you ready?" and with responding "As ready as I am going to be." That's the only possible answer a soon to be parent can give. As the song progresses there are a lot of twist and turns. A some things come from left field and blind you just like in parenthood. You can even hear his son crying at the end. This is a dope beat with a lot of nuances. Selfishly I don't want anybody to hop on this beat as it would take away from you just enjoying the beat.
Doite Media is on to something here and I can't wait to see what they have in store for the rest of the summer. As Always...