Debaser (of Sandpeople) | Crown Control

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Crown Control

by Debaser (of Sandpeople)

quality hip-hop with consistency and outstanding production.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Hip Hop
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1. D.B.S.R
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2. Crown Control
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3. Look What...
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4. Longlive (feat. Illmaculate)
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5. No Luck
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6. Rapper advancement
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7. How It's Made (feat. Opio)
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8. On Purpose
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9. Less Human
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10. Dead Lines
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11. Nothing But Silence (feat. Grayskul)
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12. Left Behind
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13. Skit (feat. Simple)
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14. Stem (feat. Sandpeople, Macklemore & XPerience)
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15. We Still Work You
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16. Silver Love
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17. Sugar & Spice (a Song About Girls)
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18. Trains of Thought (feat. Luckyiam & Illmaculate)
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19. Plaice (feat. Sleep)
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20. Thomas
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Debaser came together as a group formed within the powerhouse crew known as the Sandpeople. This collective of nine emcees have been making waves with a relentless approach to their work and standard of quality. When the crew started subdividing into smaller groups to further their reach, it was inevitable that Ethic & Sapient would join forces and begin working on music together. Both artists grew up in close proximity to one another as family friends, but for some reason stalled their eventual collaboration. The first song featuring these two emcees appeared on Sapient’s solo album “Dry Puddles”, which he released independently in 2004. Soon after that, their involvement with the Sandpeople would spark the idea for the group.

While the recorded professionalism of Ethic & Sapient can be heard from start to finish on Debaser’s debut album “Crown Control”, their dynamic is truly experienced during a live show. Through years of extensive solo work prior to the formation of the group, both emcees developed an individually energetic and crowd moving stage performance. The two combine in complementary fashion with a chemistry that many groups spend several years striving to attain. In their short history as a group, Debaser has already shared the stage with such greats as: KRS-One, Living Legends, Blackalicious, Souls of Mischief, Zion I, Eyedea & Abilities, Capadonna, Killah Priest, People Under the Stairs, J-Live, and many more.

As Debaser awaited the release of “Crown Control”, they were busy working with several major Australian-based artists. A recent 12” through Obese Records (www.obeserecords.com) features Debaser with Grayskul (Rhymesayers) and illmaculate (Scribble Jam ’04 winner). They also appeared on the album “Axis” by Pegz (owner & CEO of Obese Records) and Ethic featured on the popular compilation “Obesecity” by Obese Records, “Sneaker Pimpin Aint Easy” by Weapon X & Ken Hell, “Flowers in the Pavement” by Blissneso, and “Diary of a Madman” by Mark “Chopper” Read (www.chopper.net.au).

This is undoubtedly only the start for Debaser, with their next project already underway. The standard of excellence that both Ethic & Sapient demand of themselves is what will eventually yield a career full of success and longevity. Fueled by Sapient’s cutting edge production, and driven by their ability to stay ahead of the curve, what you are witnessing today will most certainly be looked back upon as this group’s humble beginnings. Stay tuned….


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TriP

Great Music....
it's refreshing to hear real hip hop again

stubble

where have I been?
I look away and Sapient's back with another? Oh happy day! The sandpeople fellas are prolific AND gifted, to use their phrase. This album is excellent stuff, most worthy.

anonymous

dope.
ethic is dope. sapient kills it too.

Nathan Gagnon

amazing
sapient kills it again. sapient and ethic are most definitely gonna be heard with this one.
if you haven't already, pick up 'dry puddles' also.