West London hailing rapper Digga D has finally released his long awaited debut mixtape. Here we have a track by track review, letting you know our thoughts, and we want to hear yours. First here’s our review.
Kicking off the project with a great start is ‘P4DP‘, a dope track that sees Digga D going in with nothing but cold bars. The artist is detailing his life so far. It’s an open letter that lets fans into who the rapper really is. The Myles Suave directed visuals capture Digga D in his element, surrounded by his people, and the settings fit the track ever so well. It’s a simple but yet effective video, perfectly suited with the track.
Digga D goes into his second track with new energy. ‘No Diet‘ hears the rapper spitting some of his hardest bars, he’s talking about his lifestyle with boastful and genuine lyricism. The instrumental is cold, and the artist uses a chilled flow to ride the beat effortlessly.
‘Imagine’ is a cold track featuring Sav’O. The vibe is nice, putting more focus on the artists lyrical ability where he proves that he can deliver very well. Sav’O adds to the track, blending well into the straight point verses.
They Wanna Know
Switching things up even more, Digga is showing that he has flows on flows and the ability to produce multiple sounds. Aystar features on the track adding his sauce to ‘They Wanna Know’.
Laced with a dynamic beat, that will have you head spinning in approval, ‘Never Fear’ is a hot track. Digga D rides the beat nicely, as it fits his flow like a glove, whilst displaying great lyrical ability. This track with definitely have your head bopping.
Showcasing his versatility, Digga D switches up his flow to deliver something completely different to what his listeners are used to. Energetic and catchy, ‘What’s Love?’ highlights the rappers lifestyle. The rapper holds no punches as he delivers exceptional wordplay with his signature flow, ensuring that he doesn’t disappoint his listeners.
Partnering up with fellow rapper KO, Digga D delivers ‘I Heard’. The track is upbeat and lively, yet smooth enough for listeners to chill to. Both rappers go back to back, bouncing off one another is an exiting style, and the lyricism is wavy and direct.
Digga D switches up the flow again, to one of his signature styles, and bounces off the beat in effortless fashion. He’s keeping it real, letting his fans get a snippet into his life.
Double Tap Days
“Double Tap Days” is a certified head banger. Straight bar fest here, and Digga has got a lot of them as he takes on a cold and understated beat. This is for the streets.
Ending the project ‘6+4’ summarises the gems that Digga has dropped throughout the project.
Digga has created a great versatile project for his debut, which is definitely worth the listen. You can stream / purchase the mixtape down below.