Ray West & Dave Dar drop the visuals for the first single off of “The Sun Don’t Chill” EP.
Follow along as Dave Dar goes on a record digging excursion in a remote Vinyl shop. Ray West provides the soundtrack as AG of the mighty DITC and Dave let their minds float, sharing bars on the Dusty Finger journey.
Over the past years Dave Dar has come from behind the boards & has been making an imprint as an Artist & an MC . As one half of the Bamboo Bros with his partner Kurious they released American Jibaro in 2011 .
Dave continued Collaborating on projects with the likes of BLU, Kool Keith, AG & many others . As an essential part of the LUVNY Collective & the Red Apples 45 movement, his time has come full circle.
The Sun Don’t Chill is his first solo effort entirely produced by Ray West & features Prince Po, Percee P & Red Apples own AG.
AG & PARTY ARTY / Live From the Balcony
Executive producer : AG & RW
All tracks produced by Ray West
Except * co produced by Sean G
** co produced by Menocal
Mixed by King OF CHiLL @HeadQaurtez NYC
Except *** Phil Moffa
This record is dedicated to the late Part Arty.
His physical form may have left us but his energy remains strong in the spiritual.
We are honored to continue his legacy & his art.
Rest in peace.
vinyl —> www.hhv.de/shop/en/item/ag-and-party-arty-live-from-the-balcony-469858
Born and raised in Detroit and Metropolitan Detroit, Priest began sharpening his craft at the age of 13. Overtime, he established his creative properties with his storytelling abilities and poetic narratives through observant eyes.
Lyrical and raw, Priest’s lyrical content encompasses tones of urban commentary, social dialogue and ironic circumstances of everyday life.
“”Forever” describes the quest for life, love and happiness, and ponders the beauty and the ugliness, the escapism and the free-will, and the motivation and the side effects that come with human involvement. The line between love and life is driven around the best and worst of the pursuit of both: No matter how much you want to escape from both, it is a conditional surrender that still manages to emanate hope.”
Priest – “Forever” featuring Starr Busby (Produced by Byron the Aquarius)