WHAT I DO ALL DAY and PICKLE by kosha dillz

Kosha Dillz brings to us his 3rd LP effort in What I Do all Day and Pickle. The 11 track album covers everything from multi-lingual rhymes of hebrew and spanish for Varsity Sports resentment, addiction, success, failed relationships, one night stands and the desire of serenity in night life.

The title and cover of the album should grab you immediately. Any fan of Warhol should certainly know the Velvet Underground and NIco, so for idiot savants, the Pickle replaces the Banana. in Todays society, both objects can be values at different levels of greatness and ambiguous meaning.

Features come from all across the board, with Matisyahu on Dodging Bullets and Flynt Flossy of Turquoise Jeep on the title track. The album is no short of female presence, with RnB vs EDM hooks via Ida hawk (Griz) and Mickey Shiloh (Britney Spears, Pitbull, Wiz Khalifa) and spanish rhymes provided by Mexican superstar Nina Dioz.

Production from Kosha’s previous two albums (Awkward in a Good Way and Beverly Dillz ) were handled by Grammy Nominated Jesse Shatkin aka Belief (Sia, One DIrection). This album on the other hand only features Shatkin once, and it is the first time Dillz collaborates with new blood, enlisting 19 year old newcomer YUC Beats as well as Curtiss King (E-40, Murs, Kendrick Lamar) for the majority of the soundscape, while Ski Beatz (Jay Z, Camp Lo) and Nate Greenberg providing the beat for Kosha’s international videos in Paris and Krakow Poland.

Dillz is consistently on the move and always has a trick up his sleeve. For What I do All Day and Pickle, the odd title accompanying the serious vibes of his music will be sure to land him only the most uncomfortable placements deemed comfortable, which is a recurring theme through his career performance.