While a lot of people think the "g-house" movement is just about adding some "gangsta"/hip-hop swagger to their house beats, Destructo's taking the sound that much further. He's an accomplished producer, and tunes like "Higher" had us open last year, but adding legit rappers (as opposed to sampling dope lines from rap songs) is putting a definitive spin on this growing sound. We already peeped the YG-featured "Party Up," but his collaboration with Problem, "Dare You 2 Move," takes things on a darker, more night bass-y lane. Problem's no stranger to electronic beats; many heads were introduced to him via this Salva remix, and he's since collaborated with RL Grime and UZ, but he does his thing on this West Coast track. It'll be interesting to see how something like this does on the charts.
Word is "Dare You 2 Move" drops on October 28, with the full West Coast EP set to drop via Insomniac/Interscope on November 24. Destructo got some big names for the project, including Kurupt, Too $hort, and Ty Dolla $ign. Check out the full West Coast tracklist down below.
West Coast EP Tracklist:
1) West Coast
2) Dare You 2 Move (Feat. Problem)
3) Party Up (Feat. YG)
4) Bust Them Cheeks (Feat. Too $hort)
5) Scuzzlebutt (Feat. Kurupt)
6) Nobody Else (Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Warren G)