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The Toronto-born D-WHY made his Hip-Hop Wired debut earlier in the week with his new video, “New York Times.” Today he drops the full project called, Don’t Flatter Yourself, which takes influences from hip-hop, R&B, and classic Italian vocalists behind some stellar production.

D-WHY enlists the production talents of Boi-1da, Hit-Boy, Dot Da Genius, D-Mile and many more for his new project which is sure to surprise if you aren’t familiar with the aritst. Hit-Boy and Casey Veggies make the only rapping cameos on the project that is carried heavily by D-WHY. Hit the jump to check out the artwork, tracklist and a download link for the album. 

D-WHY – Don’t Flatter Yourself Mixtape [DOWNLOAD]


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