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CONCERT WATCH: Dumbfoundead - "We Might Die" Tour

Y'all can run my ancestry no question. Check my pedigree, my family forever be. I can feel the energy. You can see my energy. I can see your inner b*tch, that sh*t running through your genes. 
Hip Hop artist Jonathan Park, aka Dumbfoundead, slays as always in his November release mixtape "We Might Die," and he's taking his hard core message on the road, kicking off a 13-city We Might Die tour on January 25th, 2017, at The Vera Project in Seattle, WA. The tour includes stops in Atlanta, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, and more, including cities in Canada. Tickets are on sale now for $10 - $20. You can find a link to them from his website www.dumbfoundead.com. 

Dumbfoundead has been on the hip hop scene for over a decade. You may remember him as the rap battle lyricist who slices with knowledge and rhymes. The 30-year-old rapper of Korean descent from Los Angeles ripped Conceited in a King Of The Dot rap battle in early 2015 and the knockout is still trending on YouTube in late 2016 with more than 5 million views. His music is just as powerful and direct.  His song and music video "Safe" calls out the whitewashing of Hollywood with lyrics like...
The other night I watched the Oscars. And the roster of the only yellow men were all statues. We a quarter of the population.
In a Los Angeles Times article, Dumbfoundead said he was inspired to write "Safe" after comedian Chris Rock brought three children of Asian descent out on stage at the Academy Awards as a part of a joke during his monologue. In the article Dumbfoundead said the act was "super stereotypical." "Safe" is on his new mixtape, which includes 10 tracks including the popular "Harambe" and "Cochino" with Too Short and "Banned In The Motherland" featuring Jay Park, Simon Dominic, and G2. You can download the mixtape for free from his website or on SoundCloud.

 

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