|Dyme Def's unconventional size gives them impressive vocal diversity|
There aren't really many comparison that come to mind when listening to this group. Perhaps one could draw comparisons to other Seattle-based groups like Boom Bap Project and Common Market. They are also similar to Living Legends; this makes sense as DJ Bean One worked with Jurassic 5 and Living Legends. Dyme Def, nevertheless, is still difficult to categorize.
Below is what I've found and enjoyed from them thus far:
A take off on the Beatles' "Let it Be" this song packs more of a punch than the 70s hit.
These guys may no be tearing up Billboard's Top 20, but they've certainly made an impression on me.