Dual Seize – Suicide Doors [Audio]
Toronto, ON – Earlier this month, Dual Seize dropped a new single entitled “Suicide Doors.” And it’s deep. DS comes in on a spacey synth-laced, self-produced beat. And he mixes some slow spacey verses with an R&B influenced hook. Yeah, he does both; dude sings and raps. And produces.
So the track is all about Dual Seize “Dreaming of a life between the suicide doors.” Which seems to speak to that optimal balance we all strive for. The suicide doors are symbolic of self-destruction. There are always going to be opportunities to self-destruct. But maintaining an equilibrium between those doors and thriving is the ultimate end goal. Check it below.
Dual Seize also throws in some of his innermost thoughts. Like when he says, “We only talk through text/ Like it’s her speaking accent.” And then he asks who made Kong king. Because – you know – King King.
By the way, I thought this was an excellent question. So I looked it up on Wikipedia. Merian C. Cooper technically made Kong a king. Because Cooper had produced several one-word-titled films that were docudramas. He had to differentiate the film (because it definitely wasn’t a docudrama) so he couldn’t just name the movie “Kong.” Thus, Kong became King Kong. If you don’t know, now you know.
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