DWY – Black Boy

One of the most powerful protest songs that I have heard yet, DWY delivers a raw, intense and hugely emotive piece of alternative soul and RnB with lyricism that commands your ears to listen.

“I wrote ‘Black Boy’ to make an anthem for people who look like me. Everyday Iʼm bombarded with images and videos of slain young black men and women and it makes me mad, it makes me cry and I just needed to express those feelings. We lose them so early into their lives. Weʼve lost potential, weʼve lost part of our future. Theres a pain you see in the eyes of a mother when they lose a child, its a pain I canʼt yet begin to understand but I wanted to make a record to say I see you, and Iʼm here with you in spirit.”

Taken from the new Pop Can Records protest compilation ‘Sound the Alarm’. All Bandcamp proceeds will be donated to Street Watch LA, a grassroots coalition that fights Homelessness and tenant rights.

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DWY – Everytime I See You Again

“I want the music to do the talking. I tell my life through my songs. I’m not afraid to be vulnerable and say what I feel”. 

DWY