Earlier this year, Making The Band alumn Dylan announced that he recorded an album in Jamaica and shared the single,"Pay Dem No Mind." He dropped more fresh material recently in the form of "Dylan This, Dylan That," which borrows the beat from Da Band's 2003 single, "Bad Boy This, Bad Boy That." The cheerful track casually links Dylan to Bob Marley, Jay Z, Notorious B.I.G., E-40, Tupac, and KRS-One.
In a statement accompanying the video, the rapper noted, "The debut album is actually done. We have been waiting on the proper time to release it, so in the meantime we decided to drop a few fun freestyles. It's like Bob said himself in this great future u can't forget your past... So we took the Daband first single (which I was never actually on) and slew them with some bars on its instrumental."
Revisit "Pay Dem No Mind."