DJ Dahi Drives Stevie Wonder’s All I Do Through The Trap, Then To The Jungle (Audio)

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In the last five years of Hip-Hop music, DJ Dahi has made hitsand never seems overly concerned with getting his name out, or on the track. A Los Angeles, California native, the man born Dacoury Natche has produced hits for Big Sean (“IDFWU”), Drake (“Worst Behavior”), and ScHoolboy Q (“Hell Of A Night”). He’s working with Madonna, Diplo, and Kendrick Lamar…and most Heads don’t know what he looks like.

Additionally, Dahi loves the non-radio smash, indicative in his work for TiRon & Ayomari, Vic Mensa, and Ab-Soul.

“Caped” shows just how deep Dahi’s ear goes. With a low-key, and cathartic homage to Stevie Wonder’s amazing “All I Do,” this song has Trap, Jungle, and major “Booty Bass” elements. You can understand why everyone is running for this man’s sound.

If Kanye West is regularly praised for these sort of bold turns from the norm, is Dahi stepping out and earning his?

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