D-Sisive "Violent J"

D-Sisive "Violent J"
Canadian rapper D-sisive dropped a new track called "Wilted" last month, but the prolific MC is already sharing another fresh cut, this time titled "Violent J."
 
In a statement released with the song, D-Sisive offers a couple of scenes comparing two different points in his career:
 
The basement. 1997. Alone in a room. Looping open instrumental parts with a dual cassette player. Recording verses on a tape recorder. No microphone. You can hear the room. Verses written for yourself. No fans. No studio. No engineer. No interest. No manager. No booking agent. No strategy. No music journalists. No bloggers. No industry. No grants. Nothing to lose. Everything to prove. aboyinaroom.
 
The basement. 2015. Alone in a room. Ripping instrumentals off YouTube. Recording verses on Garage Band. USB microphone. Pantyhose stretched over a clothes hanger. You can hear the room. Verses written for yourself. A few fans. No studio. No engineer. No interest. No manager. No booking agent. No strategy. No music journalists. No bloggers. No industry. No grants. Nothing to lose. Everything to prove. aboyinaroom.
 
"Violent J" deals with what's changed and the rapper still hopes to accomplish — with a few creatively worded insults thrown in for good measure. You can give it a listen in the player below.