When it comes to breaking the mold, look no further than DMV rapper on the rise Dirtboimil. The rowdy Virginia rapper is reshaping the sound of his city in the new track “Block Boi”.
Dirtboimil is spearheading the new sound of Virginia with abrasive lyricism and ignorant 808s. “Block Boi” shows listeners the Virginia artist doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon. With his signature stereo-shatering beats and in-your-face lyricism, “Block Boi” continues the winning streak of Dirtboimil, solidifying the next step in his fast-rising career.
His newest track is called, “Block Boi” and it brings the energy for sure. He has a flow that reminds us of some other DMV rappers, while it pairs while with the 808 lead production. The lyricism is in-your-face as he uses an aggressive feel to really get the listener to pay attention. Check out the track below.
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