Amongst the heights he's risen, Dimzy (67) remains 'Notorious'
67’s Dimzy flies out another pack of why he’s a problem in this UK drill scene, with ‘Notorious’.
Dimzy’s unemotional, monotone vocals just about cut through the deep, low-end mix of this record. Though with rare tone inflections in his voice, this raw and cold presentation of speech is almost infectious over this similar type of raw and cold instrumental. As though both go hand in hand; riding out together, with similar sinister intentions. Adjacent to this nuance, is Dimzy’s flow - confident, well-polished, and bouncy at times. Though his flow seems as effortless as his vocal tone, here we see Dimzy’s true talent as an artist. This relaxed, yet not simple, flow presents reasoning as to why he’s one of the top members of 67. His execution to flawless , unique to him, and something slightly more advanced than other flows we hear over drill beats.
“man’s still grafting like I’m broke, there can never be a limit to making P / There can never be a limit to beef, I need me unlimited hammers and sweets G / How many man got done up, the 60’s ruined your team, how dare you speak”
Slay Productions constructs the beat, and a nice atmospheric contrast from the use of heavy 808s and sweet, minor key synth drops.