Song of the Day: Producer Dub J releases “Drop Top” video featuring JD Era
Our Song of the Day is another new release coming in support of the album, Blame Me, by Canadian producer Dub J.
The JD Era-assisted “Drop Top” was directed by Toronto’s David Del Rosario, and shot inside The Headquarters Cut & Shave in Mississauga. The video follows the Juan Morales Vargas-directed “Make Believe” which features 9-0-Nickel Entertainment artist, Peter Jackson.
Both songs are featured on the 22-track Blame Me album which was released by the Kitchener-based producer on Aug. 10, 2018 via his own label, Q It Up Records. You can find it on all major digital streaming platforms including Apple Music and Spotify.
“Drop Top” is actually the fourth track off the project to get video treatment, and we’re told even more are on the way. The other two include the Bishop Brigante-assisted “Trust Nobody,” and “No Sleep,” featuring Sielle.
Check out “Drop Top” below.