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et it be let it go what you see? What you know? Back at home on the road when the last note mains in a sad song just let it go… I’ve been stressed more or the less on an edge precipice taking a test I won’t pass vexed rolling a spliff to take drags mad all in the lab to make ends with the math motherfucker give it all that I have backpack all summer with the rattle of cans battling back pieces and occasional tags born in a daze someday I’ll be gone in a flash well always never lasts forever I learned that long days with the nasty weather we burn that saw the future and past through the patterns and paths blowing hash to relax not getting past where I’m at while the time frame closes and the scavengers laugh while the mind frame opens and the calendars crack I do not feel hopeless knowing right whereI’m at with my focus intact and my eyes on the path it goes…

Load the weed in a bowl without ashing first grasses turn crash and burn mass-effect gassing up passing on the factions that be blasting out the passenger my taxes kill the planet through the passage of sadomasochist advantages for cash and blood never setting the standard man we’re catching up irrational as the plan is kid no challengers so what the masses see now what the masses want? half of us in a bind we’re only deaf and dumb the other half going blind we’re acting brash and numb I feel like two-in-one mash them up last to front I’m only spit tin this line because they back me up we’re hoping you move thats what the musics for and helping choose is what the movement does fuck all the foolishness improve it thats the brutal truth get to the root of a solution more and be the troubadour 


from Alphabeta, released October 24, 2014
Instrumental composition, arrangement and performance by: Ben Caiazza, Cordero Kingsley, Jon Letts, Grant Sayler

Lyrics written and performed by: Alexander Southworth AKA Dusty Fox

Recorded, mixed, and mastered by Alexander Devine at Flatline Studios Portland, OR



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Two Planets Portland, Oregon

The Portland-based hip-hop band, Two Planets joins four live instrumentalists with, one of the "dopest, most slept-on" MCs in the Northwest, Dusty Fox.

Meshing the conversational spontaneity of jazz with the hard-hitting force of classic and contemporary rap styles, this five man collective is redefining hip-hop’s role in the West.
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