For most, “fresh to death” is just a figure of speech; for D-WHY, it’s a daily reality. On the third song release off his next street album, the Northeastern buzzmaker laments his downright painful level of fly-ness, begging those listening to “Kill Me Now” so he doesn’t have to endure another moment of excruciating dopeness. me & the homie craft a synth-driven beat to back the artist’s morbid, yet flossed-out bars, and Inglewood phenom Casey Veggies echoes the headliner’s sentiments on the guest tip. Watch for Don’t Flatter Yourself to hit the ‘net “sometime in August.”
First DJ Booth Appearance:
"Animal (Unofficial Remix)" (2010)
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