Mia Sparrow straight-up eats Ty Rellington beats on Dirty Gospel. Aight, I’m out. Talk to you later. Support dope music in all its forms.
Oh, you’re still here. Alright, let’s talk Dirty Gospel in depth.
Ty sent me the link to the project yesterday after Nisho gave me the alley-oop. And this one is like a combination of K.R.I.T. and Rapsody over classic J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League-esque production. That doesn’t even get to the core of the project, though. Over six tracks subtitled after Bible verses, the DMV duo let off a mix between spiritual bars, soul-searching lyrics, and heavy beats. Rellington has always been one of my favorite producers out the area, but this one cements that for me. The brother is amazing with the boards.
Dope beats are only as dope as the lyrics that appear on them. Sparrow delivers dope bars like she was the Uber Eats to Rellington’s beats being the consumer who wants to support his fellow local businesspeople. Bad analogies aside, this was a project I ran back a few times while writing this. I wanted to pick a favorite track and highlight it. However, I’ll have to cheat and say the whole thing is that damn good.
Mia put her foot into the lyrical side and Ty did the same on the beats. It’s great music, music that’s needed in these confusing and volatile times. It embraces religion without being beat-you-over-the-head with the religious aspects. In short, it’s a great project and you should support dope music in all its forms and check it out via Spotify and TIDAL.