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What Would You Do Podcast

What Would You Do Podcast
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[NEW MUSIC] “American Quarantine” Def-I ft Ariano

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Def-I ft Ariano American Quarantine About: Following the success of his recent album, Deserted Oceans, iconic New Mexico artist Def-i and veteran SoCal producer and artist Ariano flip the script and prepare to drop a revamped version of the album, bringing you Oceans Deserted – The Remixes. The remix album reimagines all of the original tracks and throws fans a new joint born from these uncertain times, “American Quarantine.” Recorded by Ariano in LA, “American Quarantine” is guitar-driven and heavy, mirroring the mood of the times. Def-i delivers his verses with spit-fire precision, his message on point and addressing the fear and fallout from the global pandemic. Even in his direct references, Def-i expertly weaves subtle hidden meaning into every verse, grounding the track in an unwavering veil of hope. The accompanying video to “American Quarantine” brings the words of Def-i and Ariano to life. Directed by The Mothership Alumni, the imagery is powerfully pointed in

(NEW MUSIC RELEASE) MRK SX- Good Life (ft, Royce Da 5'9)

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MRK SX Good Life  ft. Royce Da 5'9 While Royce Da 5'9 Has been  working to get his latest album to music retailers worldwide, he has also been working on side projects. One his latest most notorious feature is with MRK SX- GOOD LIFE. You can  Check out the song on MRK SX's latest album below. About the Song: After working with West Coast legend Kxng Crooked I on a few of his latest projects, MRK SX developed a creative relationship with Royce Da 5'9, as Royce was preparing his latest album "The Allegory". While the work MRK SX did on that project did not see the light of day (yet), Royce blessed MRK SX with some work for himself. The first of which is the aforementioned "Good Life". The song is a call to all those that are listening in these tumultuous times to "get over yourself", and understand that we are all more alike than not at all. The cover art was inspired by Pete Rock and CL Smooths classic album The Main I