Dee-1 Makes Thoughtful Bounce Music, Evident In This Backroom Freestyle (Video)

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New Orleans, Louisiana MC Dee-1 has the respect and support of some of the Bayou City’s masters of Bounce. Mannie Fresh and Juvenile both clamored to work with the RCA Records-backed artist. In his recent appearance in “106 & Park’s” The Backroom, Dee delivers lyrics with substance and flare at once.

The appeal of the Hot Boys-era Cash Money Records are heard, with some of the substance of Mac or Magnolia Slim can be heard as Dee-1 breaks down his story, and the world he comes from:

Half of the video features a special PSA from the Murs-cosigned artist, calling this visual presentation “an accurate depiction of my career.”

Is Dee-1 the next artist of note out of N’awlins?

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