Roscoe Dash feat. K'LA - "I Do" (Directed by Rik Cordero)

Posted: Apr 23, 2012

Roscoe Dash feat. K'LA - "I Do" (Directed by Rik Cordero) Coming out of Atlanta's Capitol Homes projects, Rosco Dash started his rap career under the name ATL as part of The Blackout Boys, a group that put out locally popular jams in the late '00s. He scored a decent hit with "I Be Turnt Up," which helped get him a major-label deal. (He later rerecorded it with Soulja Boy.) Stylistically, Dash owes a lot to Lil Wayne, rocking a semi-squeaky voice backed by rowdy, club-centric beats from an assortment of platinum producers. Booming 808s and bright synth lines dominate, while he sounds off on the usual topics of romantic interludes, high-end libations, thousand-dollar designer jeans, and his rise to stardom. He flirts with R&B (especially on "The Impossible" and "Very First Time"), but for the most part it's top-shelf Southern pop-rap, with all the handclaps and AutoTune that comes with it. "Into the Morning" and "Awesome" are standouts. New single "I Do" ft K'LA from J.U.I.C.E EP available on iTunes **ALL COPYRIGHTS GO TO Roscoe Dash, Interscope Records** Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "fair use" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. Non-profit, educational or personal use tips the balance in favor of fair use.