Dice Soho Is All About the Money on New Song “Too Much”
One of Houston's brightest stars is out with new music. Dice Soho drops "Too Much," a new track off his upcoming project, You Could Have. The track is produced by XoOnTheBeat and finds Dice rapping about money, popping pills and everything in between.
"It's been a minute, It's been a minute young ni**a/Had to run it up, had to run it up, " raps Dice Soho on the hook. The budding upstart raps about what it really means to live the icy life.
"This song was recorded late night in H-town at one of the homies FA's studio," he told XXL. "Getting lit with the homies, going through beats and finally found the right one then went crazy on it. Showing the world what Icey Life World Wide is about. The upcoming project You Could Have has so much dope production from Dez Wright to the legend Mike Dean. This year's plan is to drop the album and watch it grow, release a lot of music and visuals, do more tours around the world and festivals. Most importantly, turn the knob up and gain more recognition."
Dice Soho, along with Trill Sammy, are a part of the new generation of Houston artists making a name for themselves outside the city. A year ago, Dice released 0 Degrees, which featured his hit with Sammy titled "Just Watch" -- the song has over 10 million plays on YouTube and eight million plays on SoundCloud.
Last October, Dice Soho released another hit record titled "Ripped Jeans," which has been getting plenty of local radio play.
Bump "Too Much" below.
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