The latest from the southern rapper draws on everything from trap to classic R&B to make a thoroughly modern Hip-Hop statement.
Emerging from the Rap Mecca of Atlanta, GA, Dopeamean has been releasing innovative records as a solo artist and as a member of Y.B.E. since 2005. Now he is releasing his solo debut “Blue Faces,” a genre hopping record packed to the brim with mind bending production and world class lyrical content.
Opening track ‘Stunner Man’ sets the tone right away, putting a spotlight on Dopeaman’s charismatic vocal delivery and larger than life persona, before giving way to album highlight ‘Gucci Bag Shawty.’ The trippy production sets the perfect backdrop for four straight minutes of pure bravado as Dopeaman ﬂexes his lyrical muscles.
Over the albums 14 tracks, Dopeaman consistently brings in top notch guest rappers, most notably Kape, WeatheMan FNG, and Lil’ Coop on ‘Money Don’t Fold Up.’ And while his performances are exceptional in any context, Dopeamean is often at his best when he has the mic to himself, such as the title track ‘Blue Faces,’ a slow jam that allows him to stack hook on top of hook creating an undeniably memorable track.
After years of reﬁning his craft and working to build his reputation, Dopeamean has oﬃcially arrived with the release of ‘Blue Faces.’ Hip-Hop fans everywhere should take notice.
“Blue Faces” is available everywhere now: