The Father Of Hip-Hop Soul General
D.V. Alias Khryst
It’s been months in the making of th D.V. Alias KHRYST LP. But with two decades under his belt of commercial music production, scraping together hard hitting beats and identifying lyrics for the people is a no-brainer to this Brooklyn native, who heavily weighs in on the “Facts” – the first single is named “Lights out” Feature Super Mc REDMAN Produced by Multi-Platnium duo Midi Mafia who’s brought you hits like 50 cent’s “21 Questions” And has work with artist such as Justin Bieber and many more! The B Side “Streets Don’t Love” features west coast lyrical monsters Ras Kass & Blu produced by Science. Be on the lookout for the single 2016 which will be release everywhere both physical and digitally.
The album is purely motivated by, “Pain. Sometimes the pain brings out the best in an artist,” says the D.V Alias KHRYST
With the LP official release date still undetermined, the LP is projected to be released everywhere through label imprint, Dgsup Inc/ Soul Spazm Records
The General’s recent credits include production for 50 Cent, Maino, Uncle Murda and Smooth Da Hustler His more distant accolades include his feature on De La Soul’s Art Official Intelligence album with smash hit record “Thru Ya City,” produced by the legendary J Dilla which was also featured in video game “True Crime Stories of New York,” the HBO hit series Sex in the City, and the blockbuster film “Made” starring Sean Combs/“P Diddy,” Jon Savreau, Vince Vaghn, Famke Janssen, Faizon Love, and Peter Falk. The General also appeared on movie soundtracks The Black Mask with Jet Li and Eddie Murphy’s Nutty Professor. He has worked alongside countless other notables such as Method Man, Jay-z, Lil’ Mo, Scott Storch, Ice T, and Clark Kent of Superman Productions.
Stay tuned for more D.V. Alias KHRYST , and know this: #FACTS speak louder than words.