Solemn Brigham Shares an Ode to Those Who’ve Carried Him on “Dirty Whip”

Arriving with a video, the single precedes Brigham’s new LP South Sinner Street, out September 24 via Mello Music Group.

Solemn Brigham’s been holding it down as one half of Marlowe alongside producer L’Orange since their debut in 2018, not to mention supplying a memorable verse to the centerpiece on Mello Music Group’s recent comp Bushido, but with South Sinner Street the North Carolinian rapper is heading out on his own (with some production help, of course, from his friend and labelmate L’Orange) for his official debut LP. Introducing the project with album intro “Keep the Hope”—not to mention an iconic album cover—Brigham is following that single up today with the piano-riffing beat and accompanying Porsche-exhibiting visual of “Dirty Whip.”

In spite of the video’s imagery, the track’s title and chorus instead refer to the person who kept Brigham anchored during a particularly turbulent moment in the rapper’s life. “This song is an ode to someone who carried me and provided for me during tough times,” he shares. “When I was broke you helped me find a way, and when I was reckless you helped keep me safe. To my Dirty Whip and all dirty whips alike, I’ll always ride for you!”

Check out the video below, and pre-order South Sinner Street here.


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