Hot Boy Summer hikes up with Heavy vocals, perfect production, and a clear sense of individuality. Dieubon blends the classic weight of hip hop with a contemporary edge all through this sincere, hard-hitting new single.
New Jersey has seen an influx of imminent talent over the past few ages, and North Plainfield’s Dieubon is right thereupon of the pack. Having an affection for all different genres of music, Dieubon collaborates with all of them, not trusting on just a specific one. Over the bygone few years, Dieubon sat back and found his sound. By blending melodies and rhymes, he layers them perfectly throughout each of his pieces. Exploring many genres has been huge for Dieubon’s career. In each of his works, you feel each different genre he chooses from. Using influences from artists like Tory Lanez and Drake, Dieubon looks to push to the top of the music industry as well.
Grabbing attention for its title alone, Hot Boy Summer showcases a crafty way with modern sound design and comprehensive request. The release has the workings of a fashionable hip hop track, party motivated by RnB melodies but with a rhythmic singing for the rap edge. It finally introduces Dieubon with subtle self-confidence and an equally delicate level of identity.
The new single is Hot Boy Summer, within which Dieubon drills yet another crosswise to his musicality. It is warm and ambient, intimate and intentional, poetic, taking its time to drop in with a particularly modern, auto-tuned sound and enormous hip-hop aura.
Freestyle-like and snubbing to slow down, Dieubon has a precise level of individuality to his style – reigniting the freedom of the hip hop sound but weaving in an artistically fresh musical pillar at the very same time.
Imposing in character and rhyme outline, musically fresh – Hot Boy Summer feels nostalgic and straightforward while being original and uplifting in its untroubled yet clever take on the theme.