Toronto vet Dan-e-o to release full-length Dear Hip Hop project on November 16 [News]
Toronto, ON – “Dear Hip Hop,” the debut single that put Dan-e-o on the hip-hop map back in 1996, is finally part of a full-length album of the same name. Dropping November 16 on France’s Sergent Records, the 10-track vinyl Dear Hip Hop LP contains a teenaged Dan-e-o’s mid-90s recordings which were originally intended to be part of an EP release in 1997.
Including two never-available or heard-before versions of “Dear Hip Hop,” the LP features production from Scam, Korry Deez (Irs) and Dan-e-o along with guest performances by Choclair, Frankenstein, Grimace Love and Nish Raawks. The pre-order link is already available for a limited edition run of the Dear Hip Hop LP via Sergent Records and a promo video can be found below. Additionally, an LP sampler can be found after the jump.
In other Dan-e-o news, fresh off their feature on his “Grab A Cloud” single, Toronto based-duo L.I.U. (Slick Mason and Conwell) have featured the Monolith / Perfeck Stranger MC on their sophomore album, 2 Raw 4 The Radio. You can find that project on Bandcamp. Dan-e-o is featured on the song “Pity Party.”