all hope isn’t lost for music coming out of California. just in the nick of time, here comes swiff d. if you don’t know who he is, you better get familiar real quick; i did. it’s actually a bit random how i found him. one of my friends on Twitter was following him. i saw him having a conversation with swiff d and clicked on swiff d’s username. i peeped a few of his tweets and thought they were interesting, so i began following him. i clicked on the url on his profile, as well. it lead me to his MySpace.com/SwiffVega profile. i checked out the tracks he has listed and immediately dug them. also, just from listening to what was on his profile, i came upon pac div. hearing what they cook up together is crazy!
swiff d + pac div = crack
i really thought California artists and producers had drifted into obscurity. but hearing swiff d’s work gave me a new hope. i can say i am optimistic about the future.
swiff d’s story is a unique one. from homeless to producing for the likes of snoop dogg, red & meth, anthony hamilton and jadakiss.
[read more about him here.]
i wish him much success in all his endeavors.