DDS Talks Dej Loaf “Try Me”

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Beat Build.

Michigan producer DDS is the brains behind Dej Loaf’s breakout track, “Try Me”. CleverVision caught up with the 21 year old to discuss the song’s architecture. Try your luck with his instrumental LP, Never Looking Back here.

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  • THE REAL mac DIESEL

    SO NIGGAS IS GOING APE SHIT OVER A BASIC BEAT??? FUCK OUTTA HERE!!!!

    DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

    • $₱₳ṝ₭≳.

      I would say its the catchy-ness of the record. Dumb muthafuckas like shit they can sing along to… Nigga I sat there with Nas “It Aint Hard To Tell” & rewound that bitch till I learned it back in the day… & aint nothing cooler then when that shit come on & you know it bar for bar.. niggas be like “Heee Smart” hahahahahaa basically THESE NEW KIDS ARE DUMMIES lol!!!

      • THE REAL mac DIESEL

        …………..HA!!!! FUCK YEAH!!!! THIS NEW GENERATION ARE FUCKIN’ SIMPS!!!!

        “The dumb are mostly intrigued by the drum” – Masta Killa

        DON’T HATE ON MY OPINION!!!!

  • Ehhhh

    • jeff pickles

      ^^ you a bitch boy

  • it only goes to show that ANYBODY can make a basic genric keyboard riff of three notes as my man THE REALmacDIESEL said it best GET THE FUCK OUTTA HERE

  • Kingly_Caracter

    As a fellow producer…You can’t knock a beat just because its simple. Sometimes less is more…sometimes.

    • Savimbi

      Exactly!!!! some of the biggest hits have been super simple…I.E “grinding” by the Clipse, one of the simplest beats ever made!!!!!

  • $₱₳ṝ₭≳.

    Let the young niggga do his thang! He could be out selling dope & robbing folks he got a hit record .. I respect em!.. But I hope he studies & get his ear up & progress with his production!!!! #Salute

    • Kingly_Caracter

      Amen. Some cot damn positivity in here. dang…niggas hate on you the second you come outside tho? I remember the days when niggas would wait for you to blow up a bit more first…

  • el jim chapo guzman

    The beat ain’t all that hot. It the way dej rap off that shit.

    • Kingly_Caracter

      Everything you just said still…well…is because of the beat.

      • el jim chapo guzman

        which one is better the beat or the vocals?

        • Kingly_Caracter

          Humm…Honestly, the beat… The bounce is addictive. Even if it is relatively basic (I usually go for more elaborate/musical beats). Honestly anyone could have made a decent song on it… Her voice got monotonous after a while tho.

  • ME (you gotta a problem?)

    now yall niggas produce?? fuck outta here!!!! so what if the beat is simple ,you gotta have an idea to take it somewhere no matter how complicated or simple the beat is. Yall stick to what yall do best,spit your weak ass opinions to a bunch of people who ran out of fucks to give 2 days ago.

    • Kingly_Caracter

      You don’t care…yet you wrote an oxford standard paragraph explaining how much you don’t care. And yes…I produce, professionally. Am I supposed to announce that on every comment on this site? I’m here for commentary not promotion. If I’m correct this is a post about…well a producer…relevant perhaps?

      I love how you come to the conclusion that no one here knows what they are talking about…yet you somehow do. Tell me…How many features do you have on this site or on the radio? As it stands…this dude is doing better than most people who comment here, including myself. Get off your high horse bruh. Your “bitter” is showing…

  • mguy from toronto

    he’s right, it’s a beautiful track. can’t understand why so many people are hating on this guy.