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DillanPonders – The Boy Who Lived Pt. 3 [Video]

Toronto, ON – You know what happens exactly seven days from today? In seven days DillanPonders drops his highly-anticipated new LP entitled The Boy Who Lived.

So to gear us up for the brilliance that will likely become your favourite album to do drugs to (or the album that gets you hooked on hard drugs and coke binges… either way), DP delivers the third installation in his promotional video campaign: “The Boy Who Lived Pt. 3.” Peep the video after the jump. And then start your seven-day countdown to The Boy Who Lived. Aug. 13. Be there, or be square.

DillanPonders - The Boy Who Lived Pt. 1 [Video] -

This is the most incoherent I’ve seen Dillan in a while. Dude is completely faded. Not that he cares, or anything. He’s prancing around the T-Dot in a get-up that’s very Johnny Depp circa Raoul Duke in Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas. Oh, and did I mention that he’s higher than a mother**ker? But despite the incoherence, DP sets the record straight: “My vision is blurry/Faded/ But I see clearly.” Damnnnn. My mind is swimming in the deepness of that statement. DP may be a sloppy mess of chemicals and blow- but he’s kind of got it all figured out.

Twitter: @DillanPonders

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    […] their chasing a lifestyle that doesn’t exist. And then the voiceover you heard in DP’s third promo video wraps it up: “My vision is blurred/ Faded/ But I see […]

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