DaVinci – Feast or Famine review

Feast or Famine is the second album from the bay area rapper DaVinci. DaVinci is a vivid storyteller with a smooth raspy voice and catchy bass beats.  Completely different from anything he has released before with more feature appearances from other local artists like Young Gilly and Roach Gigz. Davinici is clearly serving it up for a feast.

The EP starts with D.R.E.A.M.S. (Dope. Rule. Everything. Around Me.)  Enough said. Simply explained you’ve got to make that money either by the streets or the more traditional way.  The song was produced excellently as the beats on this track are so dope.

On “Paying For My Past”  The road to hell is paved with good intentions, Davinci tells a tale of what karma really does over time. Also “Boomerang Principles” touches around the same ideology.

“Beer, Bitches, and Bullshit” and “Smoke the Night Away” were not really a feast for me but I’m sure they can be overlooked by the catchy tunes.

The Feast and Famine EP provides a quick insight in to the mind of DaVinci. Giving a quick and street smart view of the struggle to the money and the fame, and choosing the right road.   DaVinci goes hard looking and I’m looking forward to hear more from him on his upcoming Beast Album.   Foxx Approved.

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