David Dallas - Falling Into Place

Posted 2 years ago
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New Zealand emcee David Dallas has unleashed his latest full-length, Falling Into Place.

The artist's third studio album in total, the project comes on the heels of 2012's Buffalo Man EP. Included among its 12 original tracks are reader-approved singles "Runnin" and "My Mentality." Freddie Gibbs, Mareko, PNC & Spycc, Rokske, Ruby Frost and Sid Diamond are just a few of many noteworthy artists to make guest appearances throughout the set. All beats come courtesy of Fire and Ice, except on "One More" and "How Long," which feature boardwork by Nick '41' Maclaren.

Falling Into Place is now available for iTunes purchase via Outlier/Dawn Raid Ent./Dirty Records/Duck Down Music. The DJBooth also has a full album stream available for your listening pleasure.

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