Back in May, NYC underground veteran 8thW1 and producer PVD made their collaborative debut with studio album Lux DeVille. Available for purchase via iTunes, the project was such a hit that they’ve decided to retroactively self-title it—that is to say, the duo now goes by Lux DeVille. In other name-related news, 8th has dropped his moniker of many years to become, simply, Darryl. Their first feature following these changes, unreleased loosie One Two finds the emcee reflecting on recent events in his personal and professional life over PVD’s leisurely, head-noddable keyboard grooves. After Darryl’s said his piece, Garden State colleague Silent Knight jumps on the beat to deliver a politically-charged closing 16. Feeling it? Then stay tuned; this joint isn’t part of a larger set, but we’ll keep you posted on the collaborators’ plans as further details emerge.
Written by richard on 09/26/13
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