D-WHY - Young, Loved, Hated & Broke EP

Posted 2 years ago
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East Coast buzzmaker D-WHY has unleashed his latest collection of original material, the Young, Broke, Loved & Hated EP.

The project is his first digital retail release and directly follows August 2012's Don't Flatter Yourself tape. Included among its seven tracks (eight, if you purchase the set on iTunes) are reader-approved singles "One Day," "Young Madonna" and "Legacy." D-WHY is the sole vocalist on the EP, which packs production from BLVD Blake, Dave Cappa and more.

Young, Broke, Loved & Hated is now available for digital purchase and in a free version, now streaming below.

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