Dead End Hip Hop (DEHH) steps into a new world beyond discussing and critiquing hip hop music in their new collaboration with Bar Exam winner Damone Tyrell. The Atlanta, GA by way of Buffalo, NY emcee first caught the attention of DEHH during the open mic competition by dominating each round with raw talent and showmanship.
Upon hearing that DEHH were serving as judges for the night, Damone entered the competition at the last minute in order to be heard by the judges. It was a gamble that paid off.
You'll find producers such as Black Metaphor, BeatsInMyBackPack, Beezy430, Doc Illingsworth, KRS, and BangersbyOne.
As he traverses through life, Damone Tyrell learns many things about himself, but still has questions that haven't been answered. Why does he continue to fall into the same habits his father exhibit? Why does he idolize a mind state that has held his people back for ages. Will his self introspection ever grant him a positive outlook upon himself? Follow his journey as he learns more about himself through his music.
Who The Hell Is Damone Tyrell? is available on Apple Music, Spotify, iTunes, Tidal and other streaming services. The album is also available via Dead End Hip Hop Bandcamp Page
- Inquiring Minds (Prod by BeatsInMyBackPack)
- Innoscents (Prod by Beezy430)
- All hands (Prod by Doc Illingsworth)
- B.C.B II (Prod by KRS)
- Catch 23 (Prod by BeatsInMyBackPack)
- Free Spirited (Prod by BangersbyOne)
- Illusions of Gangsta (Prod by Black Metaphor)
- Open Lid (Prod by BangersbyOne)
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