Dee Goodz is one of Tennessee’s biggest up and coming talents and he recently dropped a visual for his best record as of yet. Additionally, the record is produced by one of the hottest beat-makers in the game right now. Tay Keith. The single is titled “Baddies” and is track number two from Flave Factory album. We recently caught up with Dee to discuss the record. Check out the interview below!
RESPECT.: We love your single “Baddies.” How did working with Tay Keith come about?
Tay Keith had hits for a minute and I’ve been watching. I heard his production on a Blac Youngsta track and I was like who the fu*k made this beat! And it was Tay Keith. When I met him I was like man I like what you are doing. And he knew who I was and what I was doing too. He then he sent me the “Baddies” record, I sat on it for a while, and then I started recording.
RESPECT.: This is definitely a track for the ladies to dance to. Was that your goal when you were recording?
Lately I’ve been trying to make music that feels good you know. When I was growing up rappers had something to say and now everyone has something to say with social media and all of that. I want to stand out. I just stay focused on the vibe that people hear when they listen to the music.
RESPECT.: You released your album and dropped the music video. What is next?
I’m working hard and I have another project in the chamber. I don’t really have a name for it yet. More shows are on the way and I am going to continue to keep pushing the music. I believe I’m at a point right now where I have people interested so I’m just going to give them what they are asking for.
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