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MP3: DaVinci - "Pangea"
Final Loosie Single Released As DaVinci Wraps Up Forthcoming Feast Or Famine EP
It's no secret; DaVinci is one of the most gifted young lyricists around, and with this latest track, "Pangea," the Fillmore District's prodigal son has voyaged into spaced-out Philly Sound territory, rhyming over a song, unaltered, by legendary keyboardist Dexter Wansel. The song serves as the final loosie before ramping up for the July release of his forthcoming EP, Feast Or Famine.
Straying far from a typical hip-hop production, DaVinci chose to use a completely unaltered version of Wansel’s famously ambient song "Rings of Saturn" because it helped him reach a higher level of creativity. "The soundscape took my ideas to a cool, laid-back place where I could explain how, through any obstacle, things will work in my favor," says DaVinci. Mirroring the untouched nature of Wansel’s song, the song’s title represents DaVinci’s current state in his career. "Pangea symbolizes something in it’s pure, original form, as well as creation and birth," he explains. "I dropped my debut album last year and I’m about to drop my EP, so this is all still a part of the creation of me as an artist." Despite the airy, psychedelic feel of the song, he still brings the fire lyrically, dropping lines like, "Listen, I never had a pot to piss in/ Not to mention a block that ain’t hot to pitch in."
Listen/download DaVinci’s "Pangea" here: http://soundcloud.com/swtbrds/davinci-pangea .
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