Dirty 1000 – 1008

Editor’s Rating





If you never heard of Dirty 1000 then your in a for a pleasant surprise,his new mixtape 1008 is a must listen.The mixtape starts off with the autobiography which basically gives you insight on who Dirty 1000 is and where he comes from.He makes mention of his ex rapping partner Koly P who has recently found success with the help of Kodak Black.Listening to the project you quickly notice a few things about Dirty 1000,one he has some very good rap skills,two he has a lot to get off his chest and he’s hungry.The mixtape is filled with 22 tracks which is basically a double cd and might be one of the only knocks on the project besides the production.But that’s what tends to happen when you overload your mixtape with to many songs.

Listening to Dirty 1000 you can hear that he has everything it takes to make it big in the rap game.His style and delivery can compete with todays biggest rap stars,if link with the right producer Dirty 1000 can be a force to reckon with.One of the most popular tracks on the project is called J.Doe Letter featuring Kodak Black,the track seems to be from earlier work to artist had in the vault but still has a decent vibe to it.Koly P steps in on the Flu track along with Kodak back and you instantly start to think of a reunion of The Kolyons.A young Kodak Black reminds us all how long he’s been trying to catch a break in the rap game before he blew up from his No Flocking record.

Dirty 1000 continues on to strut his stuff on tracks like S.A.F.E and Count up both catchy and street.The delivery is one that reminds you of some of the southern greats from the 90’s like Field Mob and even bit of Goodie Mob on grown.In all the project has a lot of substance to it.We plan on following the career of Dirty 1000 as his quest for rap stardom continues.