XV ft. AC - A Girl Named Destiny

Posted 8 years ago
Tags: XV
Featuring:
Producer:
9th Wonder
Album:
40 Days, 40 Nights Series

Last week, we featured Kansas emcee XV and his new song, High Five; one of the first releases from his creative, new series entitled 40 Days, 40 Nights.  To kick off week number two of two-a-day online-only exclusive tracks, the former Squaria resident has hooked up with Staten Island rapper AC for A Girl Named Destiny.  Over some classic production from 9th Wonder, punctuated by the sampling of a powerful female voice drowning in the background, both two-lettered artists wax poetic about an evil vixen who helped them each get to where they are today.  Clearly, their date with destiny means a feature inside our DJBooth, but by the sound of things, their ultimate fate has yet to be determined.  A few more joints like this one, however, won’t hurt.

XV AC

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