Millyz‘s collaborative catalogue is quite impressive for an artist who is still in the early stages of his career. The Boston upstart has worked with established talent such as Jadakiss, Killer Mike, Sean Kingston, Freeway, and Fat Trel. This week, he adds to the list with “Roll The Dice,” featuring Harlem’s Dave East.
A follow-up to the introspective Statik Selektah-produced “Substance,” the rising East Coast rapper has strong outings over the uncredited dreamy production. Millyz discusses his past before refocusing his bars on a promising future. He raps, “Pistol out the window, trying to take a life, that’s the past, this the future, my money blue, looking like a Hoover.” Following a short sample from A Bronx Tale, East delivers a fierce verse and discusses the environment that he grew up in.
There’s no word whether this track will live on a forthcoming project, but for now, enjoy “Roll The Dice” below.
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