Above, we’ve got the latest from DW The Bay Street Boy, “Glory.” This one, sonically, reminds me a bit of Drake’s classic “9AM in Dallas” mixed with a bit of Rick Ross ghetto gospel. What makes DW’s track a bit different than what I typically post on SOTB is that it’s a completely clean track and it’s so lyrical that you don’t even realize/care about there not being any four-letter words to describe things. In fact, I applaud him because he’s removed quite a few rhymes from his vocabulary, thus giving him a slight handicap in the game.
Lyrically, it’s on point and hammers home the point that he’s trying to make about lyricism still being crucial and critical in hip-hop. The Michigan-born artist’s track is one that’s definitely got my attention. Check it out above and remember to support dope music in all its forms.