Published on December 16th, 2019 | by Guest Editor0
Dstrk Releases New Single “BRDS I VIEW”
Kansas City native, DSTRK (pronounced “District”) has dropped his new single “BRDS I VIEW” online. The track’s melodies will be stuck inside of the listener’s brains as the beat drips for DSTRK to spit about love, chemistry, and energy. DSTRK will be releasing his debut EP later this year via tastemaker label Mensch House Records, home of Common Kings, Sammy Johnson, and more. Listen to the track below!
“The song ‘BRDS I VIEW’ is a song about seeing it from my love interests’ perspective and taking it a step further by raising both of our view points, commented DSTRK. “Birds normally fly higher so they tend to see the whole picture verses when you’re stuck in the middle of it and all you can see is whatever is front of you. This song is my attempt to say ‘I see you now let’s both see the bigger picture’.”
Known for working with some of the biggest names in the industry (Danileigh, Janelle Monae to name a few), DSTRK switches lanes for his debut project. DSTRK shows his versatility, powerful rhymes and knack for creating catchy beats. His motivation in making this EP is “to set a trail and bring something to the game that’s been missing.”
On his forthcoming 6-song project, DSTRK invites you into the mind of a creative. On each track, he showcases his ability to not only make a song, but an anthem. With this project, DSTRK said, “I want to create moments that invoke a feeling every time someone hears my music that takes them on a journey. It’s a vibe in every aspect.” Every song highlights DSTRK’s producing and songwriting ability. He delivers a contagious vibe on the hypnotic record, “Runway,” while demonstrating his explosive lyrical flow on “Blurry Curry.”
DSTRK hails from Kansas City, KS, and is an artist that reps his city strongly. He gets his name from his hometown school district, District 500. “I go by DSTRK to honor every school teacher, pastor, parent, aunt, uncle, and mentor that has helped mold me into the person I am today. I took out the letter “I” because “I” could have never made it on my own. The K at the end is for Kansas City Kansas.”
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