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Review: D2X "Faith"

Demauris Dixon, also known as D2X, was born in Chicago, Illinois. His background in music lies in the jazz rap, boom bap, and hip-hop/Christian rap genres.



In his newest song, "Faith," which released on July 27, 2023, Dixon goes into detail about struggles he's been through. For example, one of his lyrics recalls, "they say men don't cry, 'cause I done seen a million tears coming down my eyes", referencing his own emotions and the expectations placed on him by society. You can hear the pain in his voice and the woman in the background singing adds to the personal energy of the words.


The various sounds, harmonies, and instruments of music, as well as the rhythm of the beat make the song powerful and uplifting. The single provides the listener with hope that better days are ahead. Through his words, Dixon makes you believe in him not only as an artist but also as an individual. The tone of his voice and the passion with which he sings and delivers the message is truly moving. Whatever he's saying at any given moment makes the listener want to believe in a higher being or deity.


"Faith" also paints a picture of how everyone goes through their own troubles individually, whether others relate or not. People are human, and I love how Dixon shares his past experiences, how they have played a role in his life outlook, and how he's looking to learn from his past mistakes and correct them. Overall, the record gives the listener an in-depth look into his voice not only as a musician but also as a human being, overcoming adversities to become stronger. All of the trials and tribulations, the mistakes and failures of his past, have helped him mature and grow into the individual he is today.


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