Dyme Def, “Let it Be”

Just noticed that speeding up The Beatles’s Let It Be makes it sound like a gospel standard… Seattle’s Dyme Def gets on real life topics while the Beatles-sampled beat uplifts.

posted: August 8th, 2012, 7:55am


Fearce Vill feat. Grieves, Grynch, “Let It Be (Remix)”

​Fearce’s second go-around with the Beatles sample (the first time was off of Dyme Def’s Space Music way back in 2007) sees fellow Seattle rappers Grieves… Watch


Fearce and Bean, “Bully”

Dyme Def’s Fearce and Bean shine a light on the problem of bullying, and especially on the pain inflicted. A powerful track on a gut-wrenching subject. Watch

The Dash

Sasquatch! Festival 2012 features The Roots, Childish Gambino, Shabazz Palaces

The Sasquatch! Festival in the hinterlands of Washington state this year will have a heavy dose of hip-hop with The Roots, Childish Gambino, Shabazz Palaces,… Read


Run the Jewels - Close Your Eyes (And Count to F**k)

​A visual poetry of violence, futility, and the confusing and complex layers of the struggle. Run the Jewels 2 continues its epic journey. Watch


Hiatus Kaiyote - Nakamarra

​Australia’s multi-dimensional polyrhythmic quartet bringing future soul to the desert. Peep their North American tour this spring. Watch


Raz Simone - So Many Things

Seattle’s Simone venting the frustrations of an artist and coming to terms with a positive reality. From the Cognitive Dissonance: Part 2 video series. Watch