What better way to introduce you to a talented new artist than a free album accompanied with a cinematic short-film. D-WHY, hailing from West Virgina (born in New York City) has slowly built quite the dedicated following the past two years with covers of songs by Drake, Wiz Khalifa, Childish Gambino, 2 Chainz, plus his standout “Macchiato Music” produced by T-Minus. The dapper and stylish West Virginia University college-graduate debuts his free album, Don’t Flatter Yourself. The project is 17-tracks filled with contributions from Hit-Boy, Boi-1da, Casey Veggies, and Dot Da Genius, including the singles “Kill Me Now” co-starring Casey Veggies, “We Don’t Know,” “All Good” with Hit-Boy, and the latest effort “New York Times.”

Stream, download, and view D-WHY’s new video for “New York Times” after the jump….

“New York Times” directed By Jakob Owens & David “D-WHY” Morris


DOWNLOAD: D-Why – Don’t Flatter Yourself (Free Album)