#iTunesSounds: “The Letter O” – DAME D.O.L.L.A. – Oct. 24, 2016
Damian Lillard is best known for his outstanding play on the hardwoods of NBA arenas nationwide. The NBA All-Star also wants to be known for his ability in the rap booth as well. With his debut album, “The Letter O” it’s safe to say he’s done just that. From features with Lil’ Wayne to Juvenile, Dame has a star studded cast of guests for an artist dropping a debut album with very little advance marketing.
By: Brandon Clay @PSBPopCulture
From the opening track, “Bill Walton,” it’s evident that Dame spent the money needed to deliver a potential No. 1 album. He’s been floating just behind 15-year veteran Joe Budden all week in the Hip-Hop/Rap section of the iTunes charts. The music is good. He told his story effectively and with clean lyrics.
2) “Wasatch Front”
6) “Plans” feat. Jamie Foxx
6) “Loyal to the Soil” feat. Lil Wayne
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