A couple months after releasing a video for his Luciano 3.0 record "Internet," rising rapper Lil Dude reconnects with his close collaborator and DMV cohort Goonew for a visual in support of their 2017 collaboration "20 Seconds." In recent months, Lil Dude and Goonew have emerged as two of their region’s most talented and influential up-and-comers, earning their spots at the top of the DMV’s current class; "20 Seconds" is a great example of what they have to offer as a duo.
"20 Seconds" was originally debuted as part of Lil Dude and Goonew’s collaborative full-length project Homicide Boyz, which first hit the internet at the very end of 2017. Besides the aforementioned cut, Lil Dude and Goonew’s 12-track Homicide Boyz also includes songs with Lil Yachty, Dolla Signs, Corleone and Lil Reek. Although Lil Dude and Goonew are more than capable of serving up impressive releases as solo artists, their chemistry is undeniable.
You can check out Goonew and Lil Dude’s new, Moshpit-directed video for "20 Seconds" above, and stay tuned for more new sounds and sights in the near future. For those who haven’t heard it yet, you can stream Lil Dude’s recently-released M + M project — which also features contributions from Hurtboy AG, Foster, MerkemMoody, Beast Boy and Johnny Caravaggio – below.
For more from Goonew, revisit his most recent solo project, Goonrich Urkel, Released in October of last year, Goonrich Urkel gave listeners 12 mew songs to add to their playlists, and also featured another collaboration with Lil Dude. Brodinski also cooked up some of the production that popped up on Goonrich Urkel, giving Goonew a pretty significant co-sign.