D-WHY - Return of King David

Posted 2 years ago
Producer:
BLVD Blake
Album:
Young, Loved, Hated & Broke EP

It ain’t a coincidence that D-WHY shares a first name with one of the most famous monarchs in Old Testament history; already royalty in his own mind, the West Virginia-bred rhymesayer plans to make rest of the world recognize his eminence in the very near future. On a bonus track off his latest EP, the rhymesayer announces the Return of King David. BLVD Blake‘s appropriately majestic, vocal-sampled boardwork backs the emcee as he reveals the true scope of his ambition, which overflows the boundaries of hip-hop to infringe on the worlds of acting and fashion. On the back, he has some harsh words for music blogs—not counting The DJBooth, of course. Fans will be able to find this imperious banger and much more on the artist’s Young, Loved, Hated & Broke EP. Currently sitting at #3 on Billboard‘s Heatseeker Albums Chart, the project is available for streaming and purchase on our pages.

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