Dustin Prestige – “Mo. City Rock”

It’s far from uncommon for an artist to pay homage to their hometown, and Dustin Prestige does just that with his new single “Mo. City Rock.” The song, produced by Chris Rockaway, is from his latest project The Kelly & Jessie EP and he portrays the end result of a kid (himself) who grew up on “both sides of the fence” in Houston, Texas and the influence that it has had on his music.

“The main inspiration for the song was my rock and roll influence growing up,” explains the emcee. And the influence is evident throughout Dustin’s crafty word play as he drops the names of some of his favorite Rock and Rap artists, highlighting their role in the diversity of his musical upbringing.

The song is backed by a spacey beat, providing room for Dustin’s lyrics to shine. “The song was produced by Chris Rockaway, as was the entire The Kelly & Jessie EP,” explains Dustin. “When I create with a producer, I like doing more than one song, really building some sense of artistic rapport. When the chemistry is good, the end result is almost always positive.” Indeed.

Download “Mo. City Rock” here: http://media.audibletreats.com/Dustin_Prestige_Mo._City_Rock.mp3

Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University.

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