Tdot Illdude Delivers New Album “Dopamine Damage” Featuring New Single ‘Smoking Good’ Featuring Charlie Heat
Illdude new album “Dopamine Damage” opens with the introductory title track, a powerful, heart-on-sleeve monologue that sets the tone for the rest of the record. Next up is the slick trap vibes of ‘Morph’ before piano-led new single ‘Smoking Good’, featuring fellow New Jersey producer Charlie Heat, known for producing on Kanye’s album Life of Pablo. The track delivers a hard-hitting take on police brutality and its effect on the psyche. The track is accompanied by an affecting official video that offers a visual representation of its themes.
Tdot illdude shares, “Everything is crazy right now, morals are out the window, people celebrating fuckery & clown shit, if whats going on right now is what makes people happy i must have dopamine damage”.
Followed by more smooth trap vibes in the form of ‘Keep It Real’ featuring the Jamaican born, Philadelphia raised songwriter and rapper FIFTEENAFTER, ‘Really Love Me’ featuring young superious lyricist SYMBA and esteemed singer-songwriter and rapper Tish Hyman, which sees the trio trade verses critiquing police brutality and white supremacy amongst other things, and the introspective ‘I Ain’t Change’ with New Jersey up-and-comer BIG OOH. Closing things out, ‘Sinking’ is perhaps the album’s most tender track, dealing with overcoming the trials and tribulations life throws at you.
Tdot Illdude has produced and written music for chart-topping artists, collaborating with A-list talent that includes Timbaland, Snoop Dogg, and Meek Mill. With nearly 35 million streams across his back catalogue, placements on major platforms like Netflix, ESPN, and Starz, and a brand partnership with Ethika, Tdot has enjoyed a rapid ascent through the musical ranks.