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Chicago’s Mikey Dollaz Makes No-B.S. Street Music

Mikey Dollaz – Good Music Gone Bad (Mixtape)

Mikey Dollaz, hailing from Chicago, drops his new mixtape Good Music Gone Bad. And this is his second one in 2016. Saint The Good Boy produced the entire mixtape. Read more about the mixtape’s release here:

Straight out of Chicago’s West Side, Mikey Dollaz has an aggressive and percussive, yet nimble flow that allows him to attack a huge variety of production styles from drill to grime to electronic. On his Good Music Gone Bad mixtape, released today, Mikey Dollaz meets a perfect match in Chicago producer Saint the Good Boy, who produced the entire mixtape, whose operatic drill beats allow Mikey Dollaz to rhyme with a fierce energy. Together, Saint and Mikey Dollaz make hard-hitting, menacing street music for the block and the club. Prior to today’s release of Good Music Gone Bad, Mikey Dollaz released a video for the sinister “Street Symphony, featuring GuGuI.L. Will and JB Bin Laden, which has garnered over 133K views on YouTube. Last night, he dropped a visual for the shimmering synth slow-burner “Any Given Sunday, a short clip directed by DaDaCreative which artfully details a day in the life on the West Side of Chicago for Mikey Dollaz.

Stream the new mixtape Good Music Gone Bad from Mikey Dollaz.

Mikey Dollaz - Good Music Gone Bad (Mixtape)

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