8 Songs, 25 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

This is Sin City through the eyes of its first homegrown hip-hop star. On his second EP of 2016, Dizzy Wright offers a lingering look at his hometown, featuring appropriately bright neon synths from Belgian producer Alex Lustig. “East Side” is a fond tribute from a native’s perspective, cruising down Boulder Highway and skating at Crystal Palace, while “What’s in My Pot” warns an out-of-towner, “I can tell these Vegas streets gon’ turn you out.”

EDITORS’ NOTES

This is Sin City through the eyes of its first homegrown hip-hop star. On his second EP of 2016, Dizzy Wright offers a lingering look at his hometown, featuring appropriately bright neon synths from Belgian producer Alex Lustig. “East Side” is a fond tribute from a native’s perspective, cruising down Boulder Highway and skating at Crystal Palace, while “What’s in My Pot” warns an out-of-towner, “I can tell these Vegas streets gon’ turn you out.”

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