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Kosha Dillz presents "Euro Trip" | Takin' Mines
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Kosha Dillz Travels to Europe; Hilarity Ensues
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Kosha Dillz has always been a fun act to follow. We’ve seen him tearing it up from coast to coast on American soil, but happens when the Jewish rapper travels all across Europe with the likes of Macklemore, Matisyahu, A$AP Rocky, and Snoop Dogg?


The aptly titled “Euro Trip” sees Dillz do his thing amongst thousands of crazy and screaming fans in a number of countries, including Germany, Belgium, France, Holland, and Luxembourg and does a great job of showing the variety one would see during a tour such as this. Beginning with some acknowledgements towards the breath taking architecture within Brussels and some backstage footage with Ray Dalton, who most notably appeared in Macklemore & Ryan Lewis‘ breakthrough hit “Can’t Hold Us,” on the topic of food (and if you’ve been to Europe, you’d know that bread and cheese make us 2/3 of what you’d eat there), the mini documentary then shows insights into the live performance of fellow Hebrew artist Matisyahu before we get some great backstage footage of Dillz antics on stage.


What makes this project so successful is Kosha’s use of bouncing between the performances of various acts and his offbeat antics; we get footage of Snoop Dogg rockin the stage juxtaposed with Dillz attempting to pronouce the name of a brand of chips and then cut back to a freestyle with A$AP Rocky. Though the video was an enjoyable watch, my only gripe with the video is that it clocks in at 8 minutes, as we only get a tease of what possibly went down overseas.



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