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As Death Takes Place (Instrumentals)
  • Artist: Donnie Darko
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 885007138679
  • Item #: CDBY713867
  • Genre: Rap/Hip Hop
  • Release Date: 10/5/2010
  • This product is a special order
  • Rank: 1000000000
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Price: $18.70
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As Death Takes Place (Instrumentals) on CD

With Hip Hop music undefined and out of control, DJ Bless and his crew will attempt to illuminate the boundaries of quality music with a Never So Deep Records fall release on veteran MC Donnie Darko (10/5/2010) With the release of the new Donnie Darko album "As Death Takes Place" (exclusively produced by DJ Bless), the NSD crew plans to bring acid rain on a fragile Hip Hop environment. "Donnie Darko is one of the most highly anticipated projects coming out of our camp this year. He took a break but didn't break down. He is definitely back where he belongs in the driver's seat. This release is going to be straight fire. We are exposing everybody, that includes majors and independents," says Mujahid, GM of Never So Deep Records. With DJ Bless taking the lead on the production and feature artist contributions from Sutter Kain, NBS, N.Y.M.I., Young Vadah (Young Hype) and Rev Fang Gory the sound of this album will be blazing. "I'm bringing in heat for this album. We plan to put this underground shit in complete perspective; Donnie Darko is one of the hottest rappers out, hands down. Everybody is aware that the Hip Hop game is totally out of order and in chaos. They got shit upside down, they got some people fooled thinking the most popular is the best, bullshit. Our fans don't believe it and they are backing Donnie Darko against any rapper in the world" states DJ Bless, CEO of Never So Deep Records "We need some quality control out here, m*therf#kers are putting out garbage. It's not only the newbie's but the veterans too. The sound of Hip Hop is atrocious. Mixes and production sound like sh*t, artists just saying anything, no flow, no creativity, no structure, and definitely no presentation. This is the main reason Hip Hop declined in the first place. Never So Deep is known for dope music and we will continue to supply it," adds DJ Bless.