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DC Releases New Track, “Tears Sweat Blood”

by The Alchemist

DC is a rising rapper from the UK, that is really making noise in today’s world. He has an incredibly catchy flow in all of his tracks, and has a unique sound than many UK artists. His most recent track is known as, “Tears Sweat Blood”

 DC says, “TSB, is a song that’s inspired by the overall grind and being on the end. Regardless of what goes on in our lives we still gotta keep focused on our goals and put everything into whatever we want to do. This ones another reflective one for me as I talk on some of the moments and situations I’ve been in and the effects it has had one “In the field all day but still man pray cos my soul needs healing, still tryna ghost these demons” The video builds on the creative elements me and LX introduced in Neighborhood where fans were able to catch onto the double meaning from that Neighborhood, like The Wire and orange couch reference. In TSB I really wanted to represent the elements of our community that are quite damaged and the positives that are still come from there by performing behind broken glass.” 

As we listened to the track we were very impressed with the lyricism of DC, as we found ourselves repeating certain lines throughout the song. He says, “Don’t call me your bestie when you don’t call me or text me,” and other very memorable rhymes throughout the track. The production started with a very catchy piano melody which drops into some bouncy percussion. Check out the track below.

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