Dynasty Teaches That Simplicity Is Genius Over A Brilliant Apollo Brown Beat (Video)

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Queens, New York’s Dynasty embodies power, leadership, and sovereignty. All of this is apparent from her past work with Talib Kweli and DJ Premier.

From her 2016 album Forever, DYDynasty recently dropped the visuals for her single, “One Day,” produced by Detroit, Michigan’s Apollo Brown (Ras Kass, O.C., Planet Asia). Upon pressing play, one can tell that Dynasty’s lyrics mesh well with Apollo’s chop of pensive Soul samples. The resulting collaboration presents solidarity, authenticity, and well-rounded lyrics that become a great companion to Apollo’s production.

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Dynasty gives her reason for rhyming in the second verse: “I give it all of me today while I’m still here / I’m giving all this good music while I still care / ‘Cause it’s a label of love to keep going / When so many acting like they so committed to not growing / But one day it will turn around, I believe that / Appetite back for the truth, I can see that / I’m over roaming where they free at / Before my times up, when you ready son, you know where we be at.

The visual contains direction from Rice Master Yen and the city of Berlin being the backdrop. It travels back to the essence of Hip-Hop, projecting cultural scenery with vivid graffiti to match.

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