Why-D, Planet Asia, and Masta Ace are ready for “Poetical Warfare”

Planet Asia and Masta Ace team up with Swedish rapper/producer Why-D for his latest single titled “Poetical Warfare”. The tough-as-nails self-produced single is ripe with classic boom-bap drums and a haunting piano riff that help set the canvas for the trio to serve up some verbal body blows. In addition to each emcee showcasing his lyrical prowess, they also get to share the same track with the late DJ Devastate, who passed away in 2018. Why-D had made the instrumental for “Poetical Warfare” several years ago and reached out to his close friend Devastate to provide the cuts shortly before his passing. The track remained shelved for a while until Why-D decided to honour his late friend, and eventually linked with Planet Asia and Masta Ace because he “felt that they would fit perfectly together on this track.

Hailing from the city of Malmö, Why-D has been carving out his space in the underground scene for the past two decades through raw instrumentals, hard-hitting verses, and collaborations with the likes of Apathy, Reks, A.G. (of D.I.T.C.), Maylay Sparks, and others. “Poetical Warfare” is the first single off Why-D’s upcoming entirely self-produced sophomore album, The Work of a Doloist.

“Poetical Warfare” is available now through all major digital retailers and streaming platforms courtesy of Why Dolo Records.

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