D-Nick The Microphone Misfit | Graphic Novel

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Graphic Novel

by D-Nick The Microphone Misfit

The Superhero Lyricist is back with Graphic Novel a fun, high engery collection of vivid looks into life and the Hip Hop Culture.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Underground Rap
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1. Superhero Lyricist (Intro)
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2. Boom Bap Mission statement
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3. Where U going? (feat Young D.R.U.)
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4. Vandalism
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5. Spiritual Confession (feat. Mel L.)
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6. Uproar (feat. Pezent Waters)
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7. 4 warriors
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8. The Posse Cut (feat. DLabrie, Keyanna Bean, Mel L., & S.O.S.)
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9. Time to Come Home (feat. Niambi)
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10. Mel Intro (Skit)
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11. One Day
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12. Can't funk with us (feat. Young D.R.U.)
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13. R U Cuming (feat. Mel L.)
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14. Evil Side (feat. Mel L.)
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15. Animal (feat. Bob Rok & S.O.S.)
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16. B.R.E.
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17. Family History
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18. Truth (feat. Rider Shafique)
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19. Abnormality
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20. Lyrical Evolution
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21. I Am Legend
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
D-Nick "The Microphone Misfit" was a Hip-Hopper ever since he came out of his mothers whom, however music is not where the Midwest emcee got his start on stage. Born Dominique Stockman, D-Nickel (as he is sometimes called) grew up in Flint Michigan. As a youth D-Nick received his first performing experiences as an improvisation actor learning vocal and speech techniques, theatrical movement styles, and how to properly communicate and complete a story. It was D's theatrical skills that lead him to college in Chicago at DePaul University. In college D-Nick would often use his improve skills to show off in freestyle rhyme ciphers and upon doing that he ran into a group of individuals that would soon become his family of Microphone Misfitz. They were Charity Clay, Pete Proper & Young D.R.U. It was these three party rockers that Hyped D-Nick into entering the Source Unsigned Battle where he made it to the final three after battling through 20 rappers The Fifth Misfit that made things come full circle was D-Nick’s long time theatre partner and friend Mel L. who talked the crew into becoming a dominant force in hip-hop. D-Nick has since expanded his team by joining F.E.W. (Fifth Element Warriors) a collective super group of the best Hip-Hoppers in Chicago. F.E.W. reps all five elements of hip-hop core members are DJs Man-O-Wax & Arkitek, M.C. Pezent Waters, b-boys Super Inlight & Bravemonk making D-Nick the last pice of the puzzle. D-Nick has gone on to perform and open up for such acts as Afrika Bambataa, One Be Lo, Brother Ali, Rhymfest and many more! Remaining a Microphone Misfit through it all. With God, Knowledge of self the support of organizations like Free street theatre, Hip-Hop congress, and his crew nothing can stand in the way of D-Nick The Microphone Misfit.


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