Dee Gomes has been steadily dropping off music this year including cluts like “Gangsta Love,” “Options” featuring Rasandra, and “Redzone.” For his most recent offering, he teamed up with Toosii for the freshly released “Soul Fly” track. The new song features a somber tone as it opens up with his bars about realness over the Blanco-produced beat:
I’m the type to be alone but I always keep a stick with me, you the type to need a 100 n***as just to hit the scene/
Dee Gomes’ last full-length project was 2017’s Twelve Zero Nine. That body of work boasted 13 songs and a handful of features from names like Zay Hilfiger, Lil Tracy, V Rich, and Lito The Guy. He also made appearances on projects like Lito The Guy’s Blockstars, Hennesy’s “Double Back,” and CruufromtheNorth’s Summer Sad Af.
Toosii has been steadily keeping his momentum after he dropped off freshly released Thank You For Believing project and also didn’t miss a beat when providing plenty of visuals. He shared his “shop” video featuring DaBaby along with “5’5” visual with an assist from Ms. Big Latto herself. He then offered a slight change of pace as he unveiled his cover of Giveon’s fan-favorite track “Heartbreak Anniversary.” The rising star was also inducted into this year’s XXL Freshman class, joining the likes of 42 Dugg, Flo Milli, Morray, Coi Leray, Pooh Shiesty, Blxst, and more as the next collective of hip hop artists to watch.
Be sure to press play on Dee Gomes’ brand new single “Soul Fly” featuring Toosii down below.
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