Though his Booth features are in the double-digits (this being number 12), Dao Jones latest offering is only the second set of visuals we have received from the artist. Luckily, for fans who missed Mr. October back in 2011, you can finally match a face to the voice. On About Love, Dao struggles with his transformation from a lady killer to someone who is ready to settle down. To make things worse, the emcee’s reputation for breaking hearts has made it almost impossible to find a steady girl. YC The Cynic checks into the heartbreak hotel too, rhyming about his relationship troubles over Frank Drake‘s Patty Griffin-sampled beat. About Love can be found on Jones’ Dao Era LP, released in March and out now online.
Written by Lucas G. on 05/15/13
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