“Pocket7 On Oprah Winfrey” by DolcheCartiTheeGod

Hip-hop artist DolcheCartiTheeGod’s new single, “Pocket7 On Oprah Winfrey,” is a testament to the enduring power of hard-hitting rap. His sound and lyrics, reminiscent of old-time rappers, evoke a time when profound lyrics and a rough “I don’t care” attitude were the norm. His sound, while reminiscent of modern rappers like Tech N9ne or Asap Ferg, has a unique quality that sets him apart, making him one of the few who embody this blunt, uncompromising sound in their music. His unique sound, a blend of nostalgia and innovation, is sure to intrigue and captivate listeners.

DolcheCartiTheeGod is a seasoned figure in the music industry, and his sound may be familiar because he is a ghost rider for some of the biggest rappers in the game. His experience as an opening act for hip-hop modern legends Waka Flocka and Gucci Mane also showcases his innate talent for creating music and alluring an audience. His ability to engage and entertain a crowd is a testament to his musical prowess.

“Pocket7 On Oprah Winfrey” has a title that immediately drags the listener in and an infectious beat that instantly enthralls listeners, keeping them engaged and excited. The song begins with a deep-toned, slow-building beat–DolcheCartiTheeGod’s vocals stating the lyrics, “I gotta do it to them,” is repeated in the background, as the instrumental continues to exemplify. The instrumental begins to get louder and more robust, and the rapper’s verse takes over with his clever lyrics and deep, raspy vocals. The entirety of the track, all four and a half minutes, never once gets dull; DolcheCartiTheeGod never slows down or takes a back seat.

Be part of the experience and listen to “Pocket7 On Oprah Winfrey” today, available on major music streaming platforms. Join the journey and be part of something special.

Written by Melissa Cusano






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