Fatty | Daily Heroic

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Daily Heroic

by Fatty

Quirky, nerdy, and hilarious, with compulsively meticulous lyrics that will catch you off guard, make you angry, hook you in and break your heart, this short demo album offers fans of offbeat rap music something they haven't heard before.
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Alternative Hip Hop
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1. The Hype
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2. Mild Thing
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3. Arachnoflowbia (feat. The Dishonorable Judge Combat)
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4. Aggro!
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5. Daily Heroic
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Fatty grew up Annie Masters, in the suburbs of Boston, living in an old Civil War era farm house that was haunted by a ghost named Cyrus. She played with her brothers in the woods and on the banks of the Charles River and was actively involved in an imaginary world of her own creation. School happened. Education pretty much traumatized her and in many ways prompted a retreat from the world. Fatty found hip hop poetry & lyricism to be empowering and passionate, and began writing anything she thought up, without really taking the endeavor seriously. Back in Boston, after a college career wrought with frustration, homophobia, and pepperoni pizza, Fatty began using music as a means of teaching in an after school and at a summer arts program, and was constantly telling her students to follow their dreams. The message hit home when a child flipped it on her, and asked why she wasn't recording an album. In 2009, she moved to Brooklyn, NY to start working on her creative career more actively. Fatty's demo e.p., "Daily Heroic," represents her first attempt at making it as an entertainer, first and foremost.


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Niles

Everest
Always knew you'd make it .
Sounds awesome homie
much love
tight lyrics