Californian Hip-Hop artist DYYNVMIC released his perspective-shifting debut EP “Road Work”, which features the harrowingly grounding standout single, “Three Wives”, on October 16th.
The intricate lyneo-classic progressions allow the temperature in the multi-layered single featuring Girls Like Girls to drop to chillingly evocative levels. The single spins a transfixing narrative with plenty of emotional detail as the dark side of addiction is explored.
Three Wives runs smooth and hits hard through DYYNVMIC’s ability to use his personal experiences around substance abuse to amp up the level of emotion in the old-school melodic single which eclipses the 00’s era of Hip-Hop.
LaPuente, California-hailing artist DYYNVMIC started pursuing a career in music in 2012 as one half of the rap duo MysticNerds, after a two-year hiatus, DYYNVMIC decided to go solo in 2018 with a more mature, nuanced and serious approach to his sound.
Predating the release of his Roadwork EP, was a string of successful mix-tapes, remixes and singles which allowed Hip-Hop fans to appreciate DYYNVMIC’s tendency to create music which evokes positive and meaningful responses.
DYYNVMIC takes influence from the attitude of 2000’s era Hip-Hop, with his familiar style and distinct vocals, each release which DYYNVMIC runs through with his verses contains an authentic presence.