Baltimore native, D. Yelv spits with a purpose on his anticipated EP, Cal Ripken. D. Yelv speaks from the heart over smooth instrumentals even hopping on PartyNextDoor‘s “Come And See Me” delivering his truths to the world. Preaching about the problems that we encounter in life, shows to be the muscle behind his bars making it so you not only hear his pain but can feel it as well.
The 27-year-old found his passion in music at a young age, finding his love for music as an escape from reality in Baltimore. Cal Ripken is the 4th installment for D. Yelv.
“The concept of the song really came from the sample. I heard it and started thinking of what I can be appreciative of currently as an artist. It’s easy to complain about not being where you’d like to be, but I was just in a vibe thinking about where I am now versus where I used to be and recognizing the growth within myself.”
You can stream his Cal Ripken below.
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