DaVincci ft. AG Lyonz, Kairo & Ayentee - Lose Your Soul

Posted 3 years ago
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DaVincci
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Untitled (TBD)

The streets hold plenty of threats to one’s physical well-being but, if you ask DaVincci, there are even worse fates than losing your skin. As he puts it on his latest single, making its world premiere right here in the Booth, “You could lose your Soul / Lose everything you worked so hard for.” As usual, the Miami representative handles both production and mic duties, crafting a understated boom-bap backdrop (Is that the break from Syl Johnson’s Different Strokes I hear?) for bars which find him taking a philosophical perspective on life’s ups and downs. Guest rhymes come courtesy of Kairo, Ayentee and AG Lyonz. Does this fresh, thoughtful selection leave you craving more? Then stay tuned for further news and tunes leading up to the December release of DaVincci’s next project, which as yet lacks a title.

DaVincci A.G Lyonz Premiere

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