D-Truce - 'Suffering and smiling'

The song mirrors the mind of the average Nigerian youth about the current situation of things in the country.

D- Truce - 'Suffering-and-smiling' artwork

X3M Music's D-Truce drops his fourth single off his the #PopCultureSeries titled ‘Suffering and Smiling’ - a song which speaks about the current situation of things in the country, from the point of view of the youths who are fed up of the constant promises made and broken by our leaders and have expressed this on social media at different points in time.

On this piece, the producer - Minz works hand in hand with Truce to deliver an urban Afro-Hip hop sound, with properly sampled Afrobeat chops, laid over hard banging drums and trumpets.

This is the fourth #PopCultureSeries installment by D-Truce who took a short break after #SeizeTheBae to "sort out some ground work" as regards his forthcoming EP "Eden".

Check on the record.

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