Dustin-Prestige – “dopecoming.” [@dustinprestige @rockawayprod] Brandon Caldwell October 3, 2014 MP3s, Music 2 Comments An over-analyzation of the Houston Elite MCs yields some pretty interesting results, namely those about Dustin-Prestige. Whether he be their version of the Boogeyman or not, Prestige’s voice emits only two emotions. One is a sense of cool, a laid back easygoing command of a room and the other is brooding, concentrated and cold. “Dopecoming”, the lead single from his upcoming next project Dope features both emotions rolled into one. Chris Rockaway slathers a little organ work behind knocking drums and Prestige is comical in some places (“Hungry, put your food up before I go in your fridge/I’m AP, Ray Rice: hide your wife, hide your kids”) to determined and callous in others. It works considering what Prestige has to outdo, his own work from Dharma. Hear “Dopecoming” below. Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr 2 Responses Listen: Dustin-Prestige - "Perfecto" » Day & A Dream March 19, 2017 […] released a solo single in a number of years. By our archives, that would be 2014’s “dopecoming” produced by Chris Rockaway. He hasn’t necessarily left […] Reply Stream Dustin-Prestige's 'DoPe.' Album March 27, 2017 […] technically been two-and-a-half years in the making. Don’t believe us? Its very intro track, “Dopecoming,” touched down on this site in October 2014. With the ensuing release of “Perfecto” last […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.