Published May 01, 2015In recent months, Toronto rapper D-Sisive has been rolling out a string of stand-alone digital cuts. Now, he's put some of them together in an album called I'll Change Your Life If You Change Mine.
This digital album appears to be sub-titled aboyinaroom may. It features recent singles like "6-Inch God," "Fat Cage" and "Violent J." There are also a number of quirky new cuts, adding up to 11 in all. The last track is called "Peter's Tits [Lesbian Haircut (Win Butler)]," although it doesn't actually feature the Arcade Fire member. Rather, it's about Butler's haircut, and it ends with a R.I.P. message to the very-much-alive Carlos Santana.
Read D-Sisive's statement about the album below:
I didn't know you. You didn't know me. You would watch the big kids play basketball. I hated sports, but knew there was something we had in common. Just didn't know what. Everything changed the day I got Clancy. I was the only kid in the neighborhood with a pet raccoon. Clancy lost a leg in the war. People felt sorry for him, but not me. I preferred Clancy with 3 legs. Made him unique. Missing his front|left leg gave him the ability to somersault. You fell head over heels for my somersaulting, 3-legged raccoon, then became my friend by default. You told your friends about him. You even wrote about him in your school newspaper. Clancy was our ham and cheese. I knew it. But when you're me—you take what you can get.
Eventually, you moved on. Found new friends. Friends who wear clean clothes and shower twice a day. Friends who fish, take photos of their meals and drive cars. Clancy learned to carthwheel. And backflip. And tap dance. Clancy choreographed a routine to the Marianas Trench song 'Here's To The Zeros' [such a great fucking song]. I invited everyone in the neighborhood to watch Clancy perform his routine in the schoolyard. Nobody showed. They were all busy watching their friends shower.
Well, if you ever get tired of watching your new friends shower, remember—I'm always in the schoolyard. With Clancy.