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In his own words: "I've embedded pieces of my history throughout my music. My first album Deph Threats was released the year my father died. The follow up to that album Most Dephinite is being released on his birthday July 10. The first single My Brother's Keeper was released June 26 for my brother's birthday. If I achieve nothing else, I just wanted to offer my best to the people who I love most, and who inspire me to keep pushing."

Most Dephinite - In Stores July 10

Most Dephinite is a composition of raw content and thoughtful work, mostly in collaboration with Swiss producer Boom Beats. This is the 4th album from Dephlow and the second solo project since the critically acclaimed 2015 Album of the Year nominated Deph Threats. The growing fan base for Dephlow will get the essence of Sean Price, with the conversational flow of Jadakiss, and the hunger of a younger Jay Z. Despite the comparisons, and uniquely in his own space, Dephlow delivers a bar fest on tracks like No Rappers Allowed, and GTFO. Hip hop fans that prefer punchlines and double entendres will not be disappointed. For those craving content, My Brother's Keeper, Round One, and Never Been Better deliver relatable messages of addiction, struggles in relationships, and the desire to be the leadership so often missing in young men's lives.

This album carries on the tradition of Dephlow incorporating his life experiences and skill set in a conversational tone that is like "Cornell West but less Christian." Check the technique. Respect the technician. Watch him work. Most Dephinite is reportedly the last album Dephlow intends to publish any time soon (shown in the details in the 4 different album covers), so be sure to check it out! You don't want to miss one of underground hip hop's artists to watch, and best kept secrets.

Dont Sleep Records

Don't Sleep Records is an independent record label founded by Awon & Phoniks with roots in Portland, ME and Newport News, VA. The label specializes in soul and jazz infused hip hop music and limited edition vinyl releases.

‘We don't make beats, we make classics’