“Each day serves as a reminder/that I’m years away from getting that crib down in Carolina/that I promised my mama,” D-Black spits on “Devil On Me,” a standout track on a standout project, Tunnel Vision, available for free download. Expect to hear that type of raw honesty and emotion in everything D-Black touches, from a song about a failed relationship to why he’s one of the illest on the come-up. The Bronx product has spent the better part of the last decade releasing consistently dope music, from a regular series Mr. October to a slew of underground releases. Fresh off a hiatus, D-Black is not only back, but back for vengeance on any beat unfortunate enough to be cued up in Pro Tools when he approaches the mic. D-Black speaks to ProfileWild about his absence, returning with two quality projects, Tunnel Vision and Heartbreak Hotel, rapping about relationships, his creative process, and much more. After the interview, D-Black survives a round in the random question generator and leaves the listener with a dope acapella.