Dwight Around Your Lips

by Count Bass D

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My Blessing 01:43
How long can you hold on  keeping your clothes on? Love's in session Thanks to passive aggression  Fetish in the flesh Loves the hippest of the best Take a black & white Of what love sounds like Baby you had my blessing  And as for me a lesson learned  I've got my consequences  Don't cry for me in other words We all have our things, just can’t have everything. Curiosity is king. Major digital distribution no uncleared sample retribution The game must be sold or blame will be told. Gentle distortion and passive blackmail The older you get, the more money you need You gon’ stand there talkin’ twice. When a simply “Yes Daddy” will suffice Baby you had my blessing  And as for me a lesson learned  I've got my consequences  Don't cry for me in other words Dwight Farrell's Music (BMI)
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Don't Worry 01:38
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Jo 02:13
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MPF 01:44
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East Memphis 01:36
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Yeah Who 01:13
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Far As Hell 01:49
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Humble Brag 02:46
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Stadium 01:08
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Next Album 01:43
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While working on his next full length album, Count Bass D composed many instrumentals that did not fit the criteria. The first batch of instrumentals was released as Cloak and Dapper (August 2015). Dwight Around Your Lips is a collection of 17 beats (plus a digital bonus track) carefully crafted for cassette and intended to be played from start to finish. These beats complete the warm up for the March 15th release of his long awaited vocal album, Instantly New. An extensive Spring U.S. tour will immediately follow.

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released February 12, 2016

All songs written, recorded and produced by Dwight Conroy Farrell for CountBassD.com / Dwight Farrell’s Music (BMI)
Additional Mixing and Mastering by Dillon and DJ Pocket
Artwork, Layout and Design by Ashley Richardson
Manufactured & Distributed by Thrash Flow - thrashflow.com
©COUNTBASSD.COM 2016

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Count Bass D

Count Bass began an extended and prolific release schedule in 2009 that includes his 2017 Snoop Dogg collaboration “Too Much Pressure,” praised by the New York Times for, “luscious, velvety, soothing, slow funk.”
After 25 years, Count Bass D is busier than ever, releasing the instrumental album Edibles in late 2019, the sequel Edibles 2 in early 2020, and his 10th vocal solo album CBD.
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