DaVinci March 9th Release Of His Official Debut Album “The Day The Turf Stood Still”
As DaVinci continues to prepare for the March 9th release of his official debut album, The Day The Turf Stood Still, the rising Fillmore talent is dropping another pre-album song, “Real N*ggaz.” Featuring a guest verse Kaz Kyzah, formerly one half of the duo The Team along with Clyde Carson, as well as production from up-and-coming Gary, Indiana beatsmith Kris Styles and singer ROD.
The message of the song, drawing from the track’s title, finds DaVinci and his fellow artists speaking on character issues. But rather than petty finger-pointing, in DaVinci’s own style, he spends his verses in lyrical confrontation against, as he calls it, “The saturation of superficial, dishonest, and redundant content in the streets, media, and politics.”
DaVinci’s lyrics contrast the beat’s soul sample, as the song combines sped up vocal samples and DaVinci’s raspy baritone as he raps, “Since Jigga ain’t my bigger brother, and 9th Wonder ain’t my Little Brother/ I don’t sit and wonder how I’m fin to get on/ I just shit on, the phlegm on, any track I spit on.” Indeed, and with forthcoming videos and singles from The Day The Turf Stood Still on the way, if DaVinci’s warning doesn’t quite resonate yet… it will. DaVinci’s The Day The Turf Stood Still will be available for free download March 9th via SWTBRDS Creative Collective.
Real Niggaz Featuring Kaz Kyzah & R.O.D. [Remix] Produced by Kris Styles
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