Dustin Cavazos Premieres A Brand New Song And Video.
Fans of Dustin Cavazos who have been keeping up with his social media endeavors have been teased with a cryptic track used as an outro in his vlogs for months now.
Just moments ago, Cavazos finally released the track titled “3:44am” in full, along with an accompanying music video. Produced by Jose Gomez — who's produced several of Cavazos' cuts in the past — the track takes a darker approach compared to previous releases. Still true to himself Cavazos provides an emotive, nurturing run of lyrics throughout.
The video itself follows in similar fashion to his “1000 Days” video released earlier this year, which took the viewer on a rapid-paced tour of Dallas — and a bit of Austin — in a montage of photos taken by the artist himself. On “3:44am” Cavazos tours the city again, this time taking a casual stroll on the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge while traffic whips by, then through downtown and some of Cavazos' other favorite spots in his city.
Sprinkled throughout the video are cameos featuring members of Cavazos' live band, including his DJ Internet Trap God and guitarist/bassist Jaramiah Marquez as well fans who answered an open call on Cavazos' Twitter account las week.
The track will be featured on Cavazos' Until The Summer Ends mixtape coming soon.