DT, the Boston Hip-hop Singer has Captivated the Audience with his Splendid Artistry


DT-the Boston hip hop singer is an artist to reckon with in the genre of hip hop and rap. The singers are enthralled and floored by his scintillating songs.

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Boston, Aug 14, 2019 (Issuewire.com) – DT is a young sensational male singer in the genre of hip hop and rap and is creating quite a rage among the young generations. He is a very young rapper who belongs to a small town. The Boston hip hop singer is into making some amazing music that has enthralled the audience. He wants to be known by the name DT only and does not want to forget his humble beginning. There is a chill vibe that is the essence of his song. There are many projects that he is working on. Some songs are on the cards along with a show that is about to come up. He feels that he is very much inspired by other major rappers. You can get in touch with him through Instagram and can also listen to his songs by plugging into Soundcloud. 

DT has come up with two new songs ‘Now‘ and ‘Long days‘ that are doing quite well in the recent charts. There is an upbeat bounce in the songs as they kick into gear. There is a relentless flow in both the songs right from the outset which has been brilliantly done by the musician. The songs have got classical and at the same time contemporary feel to them which has been done quite smoothly. The soundscape of the song is quite gorgeous.

DT in his song ‘Now’ has used the mumble in the rap that creates a quiet rasp which makes the vocal of the song quite addictive. This is in stark contrast to the flow of the song which gives it a classical feel yet it is smooth. In the song ‘Long days’, there is an upbeat bounce which makes the mood quite uplifting. The stunning performance of the song is very much addictive for the listeners.


Please visit here to listen the songs of DT :  https://soundcloud.com/user-841892283

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