Block Exchange ft. Twista - In Love Wit The Music

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: B.X.C
Featuring:
Producer:
Ice Drake
Album:
Young & Restless

After Shawnna‘s unexpected departure from Disturbing tha Peace, many fans feared that the label would no longer have any of that good ol’ Chicago swagger.  Out to reassure those fans of otherwise are DTP’s newest signees, Block Xchange, certified natives of Country Club Hills, Illinois.  On their newest release they delve into their lifestyle in their neck of the Chi-Town woods, declaring their love for the Music that has helped them along the way.  Hometown hero Twista pitches in with eight bars of firepower and longtime DTP producer Ice Drake (Luda’s Splash Waterfalls) adds his futuristic-sounding keyboard-synth to add flair.  Although this Music might have the 312 written all over it, there’s no reason why Block Xchange shouldn’t extend their appeal throughout the Midwest and beyond.

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