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Don Von Jovi – Go Girl (Prod. Fly Boi Eastwood) [Audio]

Toronto, ON – T-Dot’s own Don Von Jovi is back from his musical hiatus and working on his latest project, Dreams, Visions, Journeys. He just dropped his first single off the project entitled “Go Girl.” And it’s a serious good look for the upcoming project.

It’s a track in celebration of all the dimes who hold their own; the ladies who do what they want to do and do it on their own terms. Check it out below.

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Don Von Jovi - Go Girl (Prod. Fly Boi Eastwood) [Audio] - HipHopCanada.com

Don Von Jovi comes in one a spacey ambient beat (produced by Fly Boi Eastwood), and hits hard that smooth flow. And here’s a spoiler alert for you: Fly Boi Eastwood did all of the production on Dreams, Visions, Journeys.

Don Von Jovi admits that he’s not a fan of using the term “bad bitch” as he thinks it’s in poor taste. He wants to give shine to the ladies without degrading them or disrespecting them. Admittedly, he used LL Cool J’s “Around The Way Girl” as inspiration for this joint. Which is pretty much the best ever. And what’s really dope about this joint is that Don Von Jovi isn’t putting women up on the podium and grovelling on his knees, either. He’s just rapping about his love of women. And it’s great.


Twitter: @donvonjovi | @PrdbyEastwood

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