Last year, Waterloo-based Dub J dropped arguably one of the dopest producer albums of the year with his feature-packed project, Blame Me.
This year, after a rigorous promotional campaign with several lead up singles, Dub J has teamed up with Toronto rapper Young Stitch for their new collaborative album, House of Mirrors. With Stitch taking the helm on the vocals, House of Mirrors comes with less guest appearances than Blame Me, but with the same stellar production value Dub has come to be known for.
Guests include D.M., frequent Dub J collaborator JD Era (who did post-secondary in Waterloo), Sielle, who also appeared on Blame Me, and budding London rapper Casper Marcus who is currently promoting his own new album, We Hate Marcus. Casper also appeared alongside Stitch on Blame Me with “My Turn.”
Check it out below.
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