HNHH PREMIERE - Don Toliver and Dice Soho link up for a "trap-n-b" banger.
We're pleased to announce the premiere of Don Toliver's new visuals, the Dice Soho assisted "Holdin Steel." A self-professed purveyor of "Trap-n-B," Don wears his Houston roots upon his sleeve, drawing influence from local icons like Big Mo and Mike Jones. Now, Don has evolved his sonic palette, experimenting with stylistic autotune not unlike his homie Travis Scott. Dedicated to "bringing a new culture into the music game,” Don puts his stamp on "Holdin Steel," showcasing elements from both the trap and RnB sides of his spectrum.
Throughout the raw clip, both parties post up in an auto body shop, bringing a lively energy not often seen at such a blue collar establishment. Switching gears to a night shoot, in which the party and surroundings are equally lit, Toliver and Soho hold it down with notable exuberance. Peep the visuals now, and put one of Houston's up-and-coming on your radar.
Stay tuned for Don Toliver's upcoming mixtape Don Womack, set to drop in August. Out today, "Holdin Steel" was produced by Ramey on the Beat & June James of The Hit Cartel.