Dallas Blocker knows that the word “love” is not something that should be thrown around loosely, both musically and in everyday life. DJBoothers last heard from the Texas crooner on his two-step inducing Whatchu Do To Me, and now on Nothing Matters, he expresses his undying “L-word” for someone special. Over the sounds of a lush piano and smooth baseline provided by Norway’s production team, DeepFrost (see Trey Songz’ Gotta Go), Blocker defines the meaning of true love from his own personal experiences. Although Blocker’s presently self-titled LP still has no release date, it will be distributed through Latium/Universal Republic.
Written by Erica L. on 06/3/08
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First DJ Booth Appearance:
"For The Hood ft. Dallas Blocker" (2008)
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