A Classier Touch: Alex Wiley Takes Off in NYC (DJBoothTV Exclusive)

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Alex Wiley has been making some serious waves as a young and fearlessly innovative artist on the DJBooth for two years now, and his recently released Village Party project has his buzz reaching new heights. As the young Chicago spitter prepares to perform in New York City's Webster Hall, DJBoothTV follows him for some public dope blowing, that one time Earl Sweatshirt  and a Billboard editor slid into his DMs and, of course, some talk about the recording and release of "Village Party". 

Be sure to follow @Alex_Wiley, check out more of his music here, and subscribe to DJBoothTV for more videos of tomorrow's dopest music today. 

[Shot and edited by @EriksonCorniel]

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