The second studio album by local musician D.P. spotlights everything he’s good at.
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With his own unique blend of hip-hop interlaced with piano, melodies, and even a little country twang, you can tell that Alachua has seeped deep into his blood. In an era where most hip-hop artists are relying on collaborations to promote their albums, D.P. does it all himself. He doesn’t need the likes of Luke Bryan or Brad Paisley on his record to get a certain sound or response. This guy does it all—and he does it well.
While We’re Still Young seems to sum up life in this sleepy little college town. Themes of Gainesville
run rampant throughout the album, conjuring images of live music, smoky venues, late night parties and downtown fiascos. As a local, he captures the essence of what this city is like—from the amazing community it fosters, to its darker secrets it only lets out at night.
Track seven, “Downtown” was recently released as a video that depicted scenes of the Gainesville nightlife he so often sings about: its dive bars, the punks and drifters who drink at them, bartenders and their regulars, frat boys and sorority girls, random people on the street and everyone else in between. D.P. doesn’t discriminate as he appreciates that everyone is a part of the world he’s singing about. And just as his music and lyrics imply—it’s made for everyone.
If you’re new in town and are looking for some solid entertainment with a little taste of what this city’s is like from a local’s point of view, check out D.P. for his record release show this Friday, Sept. 6 at the High Dive. He’ll be joined by Marley The Messenger & DJ Robzilla, The High Bohemians and False Flag.
– Ale Gasso