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Music video: youtu.be/I7up36QC1d4

Last year, Guante, deM atlaS and Rube got together to make a 3-song suite of sharp, uptempo hip hop. But since the release of that self-titled teaser, deM atlaS signed to indie-rap powerhouse Rhymesayers Entertainment and toured the country with Atmosphere, Guante went viral with multiple appearances on Upworthy and beyond, and Rube went back to the lab to attempt to out-boom bap himself. Now, the trio returns with their proper debut, “Embrace the Sun.”

For three artists so intent on thinking outside the box (Rube is best known for his jazz-sampling electro-swing compositions, Guante for his status as a two-time National Poetry Slam champion, and deM atlaS for his genre-defying alt-soul-hip-hop-sound) SIFU HOTMAN is a chance for all three to cut loose and simply make rap music for people who actually like rap music. Featuring venomous punchlines and constantly-shifting flows over some bone-cracking, bass-heavy beats, “Embrace the Sun” finds the revolutionary spirit in going back to the basics.

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released July 29, 2014

All Beats by Rube, except where noted.
All Lyrics by Guante & deM atlaS
Additional bass on "Embrace the Sun" by Oak Kelsey
Mixed by Graham O'Brien & Adam Krinsky at Bellows STP
Mastered by Huntley Miller
Design by Nate Einck

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2014 project from Guante & deM atlaS on vocals + Rube on production.

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