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General News / June 29, 2018

Dee The Antisocial shares atmospheric new track ‘Die Slow’

General News / June 29, 2018

Dee The Antisocial shares atmospheric new track ‘Die Slow’

“‘Die Slow’ deals with issues I struggled with during a troubled adolescence, seeing first-hand how there is no honour among thieves and not everybody is who they portray they are.”

 

Dee The Antisocial dropped a new project, ‘The Head Shop Vol​.​1′, back in January. It was an instrumental tape and it came just days after Dee released a track on our hip hop compilation in aid of Pieta House.

The Wexford artist is once again back behind the mic, this time with a track called ‘Die Slow’ featuring production from Elusion Fields and vocals from Dani B.

“‘Die Slow’ deals with issues I struggled with during a troubled adolescence, seeing first-hand how there is no honour among thieves and not everybody is who they portray they are.”

Listen to the track below, taken from an album coming out later in the year.

Dee formed a group The Ballyboyz with his “partner in rhyme” Spaceman Steve, they perform at BARE Festival, July 6-7.