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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 - Suicide Doors [Audio] -

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.

Twitter: @DualSeize


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