Mack Wilds Tells The Story About Fighting To Make A Love Real (Video)

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Mack Wilds’ New York: A Love Story continues to burn a year after it was released. The Sony Records sensation interpolated classic samples, both from Hip-Hop and the derivatives of some famous Rap records to present himself as a young man with an old Head’s sensibility.

“Don’t Turn Me Down” is just that. The video follows the romance of a couple, including Mack. The lyrics urge to take it to the next step, that it’s more than just an ephemeral maneuver. Wilds continues to fill a void left in contemporary R&B, and Heads—including the Grammy committee are taking notice.

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