Thaddeus David is really good at rapping (we’ve known this since his SOTA days). Recently his music has taken a turn(t) for the, well, trap(t). Which is all good of course — do you, homie. However, 206UP prefers TH like this: Slightly evened out over an instantly recognizable sample. PDX producer Stewart Villain makes a cameo on the beat (and in the video — did you catch it?). Portland’s rapidly ascending Tope lends bars as well. The clip was directed by frequent 206UP photographer Rafy Ochoa, so you know it’s the freshest high-def. From TH and Stewart’s Untitled EP.
Thaddeus David took a brief foray through NYC recently. Here’s the footage which also doubles as a music video for his track “JMSN” from his Untitled EP with PDX producer Stewart Villain. Ralph Madison behind the lens.
SEA meets PDX on Thaddeus David and Stewart Villain’s latest team-up, a six-track EP sans title. Something to rock to while you’re bridging that long stretch of I-5 between the Puget Sound and Columbia River.