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DC The Don Releases New Single “Poison”

DC The Don jumps on an emotional rollercoaster fueled by genius hyperpop and rap production on his new single, “Poison.” Vocoders, pitched vocals, and autotune are all a part of his mastery. However, DC The Don’s ability to richly narrate a pseudo-persona through various sonic landscapes is top-tier, making him today’s Music Discovery.

DC The Don jumps on an emotional rollercoaster fueled by genius hyperpop and rap production on his new single, "Poison."
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From the aggressive and demonic production of “My Own Worst Enemy,” he moves on to a more permanent ending for his upcoming album, FUNERAL. The original album title, RAG3 KIDDS FUNERAL, was slated for a Fall 2022 release. But the “My Own Worst Enemy” continuation is to be announced.

But DC is busy doing side quests and dropping “Sacred Heart” and “Sacred Heart (+)” within the final days of 2022. However, Spotify users will not see its light of day (sorry.)

“Posion” By DC The Don

“Poison” is a melancholy yet upbeat hyperpop track. The arcade-like production finds DC walking the emotional tightrope over a toxic relationship.

“Your love is poison but I treat it like it’s medical / And I’m not the only one but girl, you left me skeptical.”

Though taking a solo trip to a carnival is not Gen-Z’s particular definition of a good time, DC’s glowing smile seems like a rebirth. While his teddy bear pal and carnival-themed music video root him in adolescence, his lyrics give you that ‘Free Fall’ feeling. And for some, the Tilt-a-Whirl is sickness guaranteed, but DC leans into its chaotic energy to vent about life.

“I think I took too many turns being too out of pocket, unloaded / And I’m drunk texting you again, it’s all illegible / Yeah, but she say she a no-go / All them pictures in your mind, she said she cropped me out the photos.”

Who Is DC The Don?

DC The Don jumps on an emotional rollercoaster fueled by genius hyperpop and rap production on his new single, "Poison."Originally from Milwaukee, WI., the rapper moved to Los Angeles to pursue a basketball career with coach Lavar Ball and teammate LaMelo Ball. During this time, he fell in love with music and used his spare time to make instantly viral experimental records. With increasing awareness, NBA player Lonzo Ball featured his song “Everything 1k” on the first Big Baller Brand shoe commercial, marketing him to a bigger audience. Eventually, DC signed to Rostrum Records in 2020, releasing his debut album, Come As You Are, and generating over 125 million streams across platforms.

 

What do you think of DC The Don’s new single, “Poison”? Can’t wait for FUNERAL? Make sure to follow Music Daily for more DC The Don content!

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