The emotions in this track are plain to hear, and it’s yet another example of the amazing synergy that LadyDice and DL Down3r have with each other. Down3r’s monologue to the heavens at the end hits you right where it hurts. If you’ve been there, you know. This isn’t the usual G-Funk that Down3r is known for, but his flow is still tight and his style fits perfectly when taken outside of its comfort zone. His is a talent that blends naturally into LadyDice’s style, bringing a bit of a gritty edge to her heartfelt pop aesthetic! But that isn’t to say she’s all sunshine and rainbows, this girl is hardcore too, and her tracks “Beast” and “Freakshow” are sure to remind you of that! This duo can dance to any tune, and “Save Me” is the latest chapter in a shared legacy of excellent bangers that are sure to light up any room in any corner of the world… you just gotta pick the right flavour for the crowd, and this versatile pair have plenty on offer!
Through fierce and funky west coast rap, Down3r shares his prolific work with the rest of the world, and the stage with west coast rap legends such as Coolio, Brown Boy, Jay Tablet, Lil Young, Snoopyblue, LadyDice, Baby Bash, Steel City Hustlers, King Z and DJ Kane to name a few. From powerful messages, lyrical poetry and sharp comments on society, to G-funk and Trap/EDM hype songs, he proves that age and experience is the opposite of a liability in today’s rap game. And LadyDice is not one to be understated either, and is definitely someone to keep your eye on. Raised on classic rock and growing up as a fan of punk rock and metal, she has found her love for hip-hop as an adult. From this musical background she has developed her unique edge and sound, making her stand out from the crowd. She has touched the hearts of so many with her empowering songs, and her social media fan base is a testament to the growing legion of fans. This little number is just another flex from the duo’s talented repertoire, and their fusions of style and passion really make their music pop! Blast it loud, get ready to feel something, and rest assured knowing that neither hip hop nor pop died… they work together about as well as peanut butter and jelly!