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DEHH Inbox: DiVance W – Good Luck

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DEHH Inbox: DiVance W – Good Luck

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This one started out a little slow but picked up momentum as it went along. Check out “Good Luck” from DiVance W.

DiVance Info:

Born and raised through his younger years in the southeast section of San Diego, but calls Victorville, California home. DiVance’s love for hip hop has grown throughout his adolescence into young adult hood. With influences from R&B killers such as Dave Hollister and Al Green, to rap legends Eminem and 3 Stacks; the cali spitter has developed a knack for rhythm assisted poetry. After relocating to Atlanta, Georgia in 2009 he successfully wrote and co-produced his first project “Just For You (JFY)” showcasing promise throughout Orange County, and the Atlanta- metro areas. Now working of his sophomore album “Suburban Accents”, Mr. Walker plans to return to the essence of his craft and truly allow his audience to understand him as an artist by attacking the obstacles a spitter faces with dreams of being a rap star today and those of staying a respectable christian. His first release of the year “Good Luck” provides nothing short of the progress needed for an artist trying to make a name. You can bet your bottom dollar there will be more quality to come.

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