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Dion Lynch – Ride Out [Video]

Calgary, AB – On Oct. 29 Calgary’s young stunner, Dion Lynch, dropped new visuals for the track “Ride Out” off of L.N.S.D. Vol 2. The track was produced by David Torre$. It showcases Lynch’s solid flow and carefree vibing. He says it himself: “Just let the beat ride out.”
 And then he refers to himself as the black Bob Dylan. The video was shot at the Alberta College of Art & Design (ACAD) in that stairwell with all of the sick graffiti.

There’s only one verse in the video. But if you like what you hear, make sure you head over to SoundCloud to listen to the song in its entirety. And you can cop a listen to L.N.S.D. Vol 2 over here. The video was filmed by K XCIV and Mitchell Luken, and edited by K XCIV. Check it out below.

Dion Lynch – Ride Out [Video] -

Twitter: @_DionLynch_ | @davidtorresprod | @8636484 | @MitchLuken

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