‘Morning Comes Too Fast’ With Tdot illdude
For those of you not familiar with Tdot illdude has bee n making waves on the LA scene since he touched down. After giving the streets a sample of what was on the way with a big feature on Meek Mill’s ‘4-4’ prequel to ‘DC4’ and dropping ‘The Vibe Is Heavy’ in the spring. Dot delivers his debut album ‘Morning Comes Too Fast”. The Project boast a very impressive production catalogue with tracks from Cardiak, Charlie Heat, and talented upstart Mando Fresh. Tdot’s balance of melodic hooks and hard hitting rhymes provides great symmetry for the project. Music is often the best expression of our true self and in Dot’s case the project reflects light and progression from an enlightened hustler’s perspective. Tracks like “Take Me Under” take you to a place of inspiration motivating people to overcome any situation. Dot set’s his own vibe and really takes life on at his pace and this mentally could not be expressed more clearly than on “What I Want”. He can also apply pressure to any situation with tracks like “New King In Town” where he states his claim to the game & and “The Way” where Dot let’s you now his focus is on the paper and not talking, but doing it.
Tdot’s raspy melodic rhymes are reminiscent of Wyclef Jean on tracks like the Charlie Heat produced “I Don’t Wanna Leave”, “Work For Me”, and one of my personal favorites “You and I” where Dot teams up with Goudon Banks for arguably the smoothest track on the album for the ladies. Overall “Morning Comes Too Fast” is a great blend of music for enlightened hustler.
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