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Underground Hip-Hop artist Effect has again teamed up with producer Dang. to deliver the album "You Don't Love Me and I Don't Care". Most known for their work together on the album "Simply Dope" by Effect, which garnered the number 1 radio hit "Kill Your Idols" featuring MC Esoteric.
This new album is the first official release for the duo as a group. Dang., a vinyl purist, digs back into his crates to spin gold out of rare and obscure records that, in turn, Effect laces with true-school braggadocio on the first track "WHATUPWHATUPWHATUP(?)". Together, they head down a road that seems to get darker and grittier as the album progresses. The record features guest appearances by some of the best underground MCs hip-hop has to offer. On the first single "Rap Terminators" MC Esoteric (of 7L & Esoteric / Czarface / Demigodz) steps back on the scene with Effect and Celph Titled (Demigodz) to deliver one of the catchiest yet most brutal hip-hop tracks of the year.
The album also features appearances by hip-hop heavyweights Termanology, Reks and Akrobatik as well as Effect's previous partner in rhyme D-Tension. "Headphones Lie", a posse cut featuring 6 MCs (Termanology, Effect, MC Esoteric, D-Tension, Illicit & Mic Stylz), highlights just what happens when those who refuse to stop until the beat is completely in shambles come in on one track.
Co-signed by a who's who of hip hop MCs and producers, Effect and Dang. have stepped to the plate to cast their own spectrum and stand as a force on the independent hip-hop scene.
released 21 May 2013
Written By Effect (with exception of guest appearances).
Produced By Dang
Recorded, Mixed and Mastered by Sir Bob Nash @ Wonka Sound, Lowell MA
Cuts by Mister Jason and Slipwax (of Deck Demons)
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