DEADLEE | Assault With A Deadlee Weapon

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Assault With A Deadlee Weapon

by DEADLEE

Imagine what the Queer Bastard Child of DMX & Lil Kim might sound like. Blending rap, hip hop with some thrash rock samples and a snide rap style, Deadlee is on the cutting edge of the homohop scene.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Rap
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1. Explicit Lyrics Deadlee
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2. Suck Muh Gun Deadlee
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3. No Fags Allowed (featuring Dutchboy) Deadlee
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4. Mis Cortez (featuring Drastiko) Deadlee
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5. Good Soldier Deadlee
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6. Good Soldier II (featuring barnes) Deadlee
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7. a.p.h.r.o. dizzy (featuring Johnny Dangerous, Tori Fixx) Deadlee
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8. Reaper (featuring Salvimex) Deadlee
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9. Day of the Dead (featuring Drastiko) Deadlee
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10. Gay Pac (featuring Clint Catalyst) Deadlee
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11. Vengeance is Mine (featuring Dorian Wood) Deadlee
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12. bonus track: My G.A.Y.N.G. (live featuring the homohop all stars Deadlee
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Cholo. Roughneck. Explicit. Fearless. Blaxican. Gayngsta. Homo thug. Grimy. Confrontational. Groundbreaking. Aggressive. Fiery. Vigilante. Sexy. Sensitive. "Queer Bastard Child of DMX & Lil Kim". Rapper, poet, performance artist and actor. All of these words and phrases have been used to describe the artist who has for several years now been performing as DEADLEE.


DEADLEE launched his career earlier this millennium with his first release, the critically acclaimed 7 Deadlee Sins. A blend of hip-hop and rap, with a thrash rock undercurrent, his lyrics tackled race, class, sex, and even police brutality. The CD positioned DEADLEE as a key player in music's latest underground movement, gay rap/hip hop. He went on to play a variety of music festivals including the Peace Out Festival in Oakland, Peace Out East in NYC, and HomoAGoGo in Olympia, Washington. The mainstream gay community did not initially accept his confrontational style. The Long Beach Gay And Lesbian Pride Festival extended and then withdrew an invitation to play at their festival. As his name became more synonymous with the growing gay homohop/rap scene, the community started to come around. DEADLEE later performed at the Los Angeles Latin Gay Pride festival, the annual Christopher Street West/Los Angeles Pride festival in West Hollywood, and the San Francisco GLBT Pride Main Stage two years. He received considerable press with articles or reviews in the now defunct QV Magazine, LA Weekly, The Advocate, Frontiers Magazine, and most recently in URB magazine.

In the fall of 2005, after being involved in motion picture soundtracks and the subject of documentaries, DEADLEE released his much anticipated follow up to 7 Deadlee Sins. The new CD was called Assault with a Deadlee Weapon. Fueled with retaliatory attacks on rap and hip-hop's biggest homophobes such as Eminem, DMX, and 50 Cent, the beats had reached a new peak. "Assault" has a tighter production and a lot of support from fellow rappers and artists such as Johnny Dangerously, Tori Fixx, Salvi-Mex, Dutchboy, Barnes, Drastiko, Clint Catalyst and more. A video for the powerful track "Solider II" is scheduled to be released this spring. The CD has a sound and message that will keep it playing for some time.

Despite his notoriety as a controversial gay rapper, DEADLEE has also contributed music to "On the Down Low", directed by Tadeo Garcia, and "Vengeance", directed by Daniel Zirilli. Both movies feature songs contained on "Assault with a Deadlee Weapon". In addition, DEADLEE demonstrated his acting skills in Zirilli's gangbanger drama. A card-carrying member of the Screen Actors Guild, DEADLEE is a rapper and an Actor. 2006 sees him making film festival appearances in support of the homohop documentary, Pick Up the Mic, which he is featured in. He also appears on the LOGO network's documentary series, Hip Hop Homos. The multifaceted artist has recently performed several stand-up comedy routines that have nothing to do with his experiences as a gay rapper and will be one more venue to watch out for DEADLEE in.


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Cat-Eyez

He's a walking Deadlee venom.
Deadlee is truly an extraordinary artist that's broken ground and continues to shatter stereotypes.
Songs like Suck Muh Gun truly prove that gay can be gangsta. And I'm proud to have an artist like him hold it down for the community in Hip Hop. Assault with a Deadlee Weapon should be declared a homo-hop classic.

Scott

GREAT! Cannot stop listening to this cd.
This cd is one of the best i have heard in a while, it says so much for the gay lifestyle!

mike see

the best ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
excellent CD

Adrián R-M!!!!

G-R-A-T-E
I LOVE THIS DISC!! HIS MUSIC IS JUST THE TURTH ABOUT THE YOUNG GAY LIFE OF A ¡¡¡LATINO!!! I JUST FELT CONECTED TO HIS SONGS.

Rainbow Children Publishing (ASCAP)

Wow!
I love the cd.
It is so beautifully written.

Kings Garden Publishing (BMI)

Enjoyable
This cd is a little racy and provactive.
I know, it is directly to the point.

James A Allio

Deadlee "Assault" Mandatory Hip Hop Listening
Once upon a time, hip hop told stories of people who were either under represented or not represented at all in popular media. There were a plethora of excellent urban reporters ranging from Nas to Tupac keeping its audience up to date on what was going on, and a range of voices from angry to comic to salacious. Somewhere along the message the message and heart was hip hop was overwhelmed by blingizm and the misogynistic drug dealing subculture. Conscious rappers like Tribe and Talib faded, and the music suffered. Along comes Deadlee, a truly unique voice in hip hop with the potential to get the whole sound back on track. An openly out rapper – sometimes called a homo thug – Deadlee tells stories of gay youth, men and women, and their lives, stories not being told that need to be heard. His songs have range – they can be enraged, sarcastic, compassionate, barbed and horny – and they have opened the door others are walking through. What elevates this fine record into more than well-intentioned politics is not only Deadlee’s passion and commitment to his message, but the flat-out bangin’ West Coast beats and addictive-on-contact lyrics that are at once accessible and repeat-ready. His voice has soul, fire and heat and cuts through the sometimes dense arrangements to connect directly with the listener. Remember when hip hop was really about something? It there’s any justice and one day a Hip Hop Hall of Fame is instituted, Deadlee and his hot music will be among the first inductees. He’s that good, and “Assault With A Deadly Weapon” is not to be missed.

RICKY

AWESOME!!
THE CD IS AWESOME RECCOMENDED IT

RICKY

AWESOME!!
THE CD IS AWESOME RECCOMENDED IT

Jeremiah Semien Publishing

The music is the backbone of man-kind's life
The music is full of excitement and enjoyable.
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