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MP3/Video: D.Black – “Yesterday Remix” Feat. Fatal Lucciauno, Spaceman, SK, Marissa / Release Party Performance Footage D.Black Releases Remix of First Official Single, Featuring Sportn’ Life Roster

MP3/Video: D.Black – “Yesterday Remix” Feat. Fatal Lucciauno, Spaceman, SK, Marissa / Release Party Performance Footage D.Black Releases Remix of First Official Single, Featuring Sportn’ Life Roster

The Song & Videos:

Stressing the need to continue moving forward, Seattle emcee D.Black is proud to release a remix of the single “Yesterday” from his new album, Ali’Yah, released September 15th via Sportn’ Life/MYX Music Label. With the same beat and instrumentation as the original, the remix includes a collaboration of new artists Fatal Lucciauno, Spaceman, SK, and Marissa – all fellow members of the Sportn’ Life roster. “Yesterday” contains the strong motivational message that we must continue to move forward in life, rather than get caught up in the past. Closing out the refrain with, “We don’t know what tomorrow brings”, D.Black forecasts an unpredictable, yet malleable future. Thinking about yesterday can only make one stationary, while living in the present keeps life in motion.

D.Black recently performed in his hometown of Seattle to celebrate the release of his new album. Make sure to check out the videos:

“Blow the Trumps” Live:

D.Black and Spaceman “I Believe” Live:

Be sure to check out “Keep On Going,” the first trackfrom D.Black’s new album, featuring and produced by Vitamin D. The beat was also recently taken by 50 Cent from an old Vitamin D beat CD and used for the track “London Girl,” which is featured on 50 Cent’s War Angel LP

The Background:

Born and raised in Seattle, Washington, D.Black’s musical roots are deep, with his mother and father both involved in pioneering hip-hop groups in the Seattle music scene. In 2006, D.Black released his debut album, The Cause & Effect, a huge regional success, allowing the emcee to share the stage with Nas, Freeway, Bun B, Clipse, Paul Wall, The Boot Camp Click, and more. After being mentored by Vitamin D, a staple and veteran of the Seattle hip-hop scene, D.Black began making a name for himself by working on projects with producer Jake One. One such collaboration resulted in D.Black being featured on Jake One’s White Van Music, on the track “God Like,” helping to cement the Seattle emcee as a household name beyond the Pacific Northwest. Jake One and Vitamin D were also both instrumental in helping D.Black create his new album, offering guidance and production on the record. D.Black’s new album, Ali’Yah, is now available everywhere via Sportn’ Life Records/MYX Music Label.