A new one from the main man D.Focis is a slight flashback to the days of YO! MTV RAPS and RAP CITY with a song that may also bring back memories of your “Tape Deck”. Assisting in the slight reminisce is Sash La’Ki. The song is from D.Focis’ Title Goes Here
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Giving a brand new song from his mind, body, and soul is D.Focis, who takes on that Bill Withers funk via James Gadson and presents something that is more tham timely, it is now. This one is called “Good Mourning America” and when you hear the lyrics, you’ll know why it’s titled that way.
It’s an “Open Letter To Mr. West” and we’re not talking about actor Adam West. We are speaking of rapper/producer Kanye West and the asking being done is by D.Focis, so focus on this and hear what is being asked.
Detroit rhyme man D.Focis has a new street album to share with you called XXL Freshman Vol. 1: Stating My Case
and for it is a video directed by D.F. Visuals called “Tippin’ Around”. The street album can be sampled below via Bandcamp and if it is to your liking, download it, free of charge.
Something new from the grand daddy D.Focis, and this time it’s a video. It’s for a new cut called “iRememberU” and I think you will remember this when it is over, wanting to watch it many times over. It may trigger a few memories for you too.
Detroit rapper/producer D.Focis has not only one new song for you to check out, but two. Check them out: two. Pick and choose but since both are available as a free download (while supplies last), get them both.
Detroit is dropping another dope track by the one and only D.Focis, who not ony wants to jit, but he wants you and eveyrone to “Jit To This”. Subtitled “Detroit Vs Everybody”, this song is meant to let people know Detroit will never be out of the game and if everybody gets into this, then you too can jit to it, and specifically, this.
After hearing this, I wish this 1:59 song was a bit longer but D.Focis insures that he is not here to advocate many more hate, he is to let you know why he does what he does in a very nice way. The track is called “Prince Akeem”, honoring the Coming To America character in brief. Again, this song deserves yet another verse but we deal what we have and we must be (im)patient for another new song from him.
D.Focis surfaces with a new song before the end of spring and this time he worked with producer Malik Abdul-Rahmaan to cover how relationships can become sour and what must be done to do better the next time around. Check out “What We Could Be”, which you are able to download for free, while supplies last.
The focus this time around for D.Focis is a nice track called “A Little Love”, taken from his latest album He Says She Says: My Side of the Story
. He will be at SXSW next week so if you want to attend, send an e-mail to dfocisbooking [at] gmail [dot] com for more information. He’ll also be in California at the end of the month so if you’re not doing the SXSW schmoozathon, understandable, then head to San Marcos for a good show:
March 18… Austin, TX (SXSW @ Cielo Night Club)
March 28… San Marcos, CA (The Jumping Turtle)