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Single

MF Grimm – Crumbs [Single] [2020]


MF Grimm – Crumbs [Single]
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01. MF Grimm – Crumbs

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MF Grimm – Crumbs

 

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E.P.

MF Grimm & Darko The Super – Don Fugazi [E.P.] [2020]

MF Grimm & Darko The Super – Don Fugazi [E.P.]
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01. Don Fugazi (The Francis Ford Coppola Mix)
02. Bonus Beats #1
03. Don Fugazi (The Martin Scorsese Mix)
04. Bonus Beats #2

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MF Grimm & Darko The Super – Don Fugazi

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Album

Darko the Super – Bogus Poetry in the Dizzy Age [Album] [2018]


Darko the Super – Bogus Poetry in the Dizzy Age [Album]
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01. Denis Leary Sucks! (Feat. Already Dead Scouts)
02. Chemicals (Prod. by All These Fingers)
03. Oscar Dies at the End (Prod. by Wino Willy)
04. The Spits
05. Easy Killer (Prod. by Wino Willy)
06. My Bell (Prod. by TVPES & Doc Heller)
07. The Donut Burger (Prod. by BLKrKRT)
08. Clean Your Plate (Prod. by Hectic Zeniths)
09. Get a Real Job Fat Boy! (Prod. by BLKrKRT)
10. I’m Only In It For The Money (Prod. by Day Tripper)
11. #1 Hit Record (Prod. by Wino Willy)
12. Fuck You Biggie Smalls (Prod. by Gloam)
13. You Suck Too (Prod. by Wino Willy)
14. At Least I Tried (Prod. by TVPES)
15. Do You Know Where Andy Can Score Some LSD? (Prod. by Hectic Zeniths)
16. Tony Danza (Prod. by Johan Sebastian)
17. Outerspace Caveman Music (Prod. by Day Tripper)

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Darko the Super – Bogus Poetry in the Dizzy Age

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“When Darko first submitted his request to join the Already Dead family, I’m embarrassed to say I wasn’t into it. The music went straight over my head. By the time ‘Oh, No! It’s Darko’ dropped, I knew I had been wrong. Then the ‘Knox Overstreet’ and first ‘Hell Hole Store’ tapes hit and I realized I’d probably never been more wrong in my life. 2017 brought us ‘Apocalyptic Bastard’ and ‘Return to the Hell Hole Store’ and I’m just mad he isn’t world famous yet.

Darko is the most unique and yet somehow relatable rapper you will ever hear. He is a torchbearer for every artist refusing to compromise, quit, or step back, regardless of reception. He’s put in the time and done his homework. The result is another essential entry in the future classic catalog. We may not deserve this beautiful art but The Super has delivered anyways. Now buy the tape, bump it on all occasions, and let’s make 2018 a little nicer.”

– Sean Hartman, Already Dead Tapes, 2018

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Album

Darko The Super – Put Down The Candy & Let The Little Boy Go! [Album] [2016]

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Darko The Super – Put Down The Candy & Let The Little Boy Go! [Album]
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01. I’m Gonna Make You a Mixtape (Feat. Ruben Gallego)
02. Put Down The Candy & Let The Little Boy Go! (Beat by Doc Heller)
03. Milk of Magnesia (Beat by Beck)
04. Evan Threw Up (Beat by Devo)
05. Anything (Beat by Small Professor)
06. Spray Paint (Beat by Gloam)
07. Smells Like Cough Syrup (Beat by Eldritch Tha First)
08. Gasoline Rainbows (Feat. Alora)
09. Somber (Beat by Eldritch Tha First)
10. A Future That Will No Longer Exist (Beat by Doc Heller)

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Darko The Super – Put Down The Candy & Let The Little Boy Go!

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Album

Darko the Super & All These Fingers – Carve A Happy Face on My Tombstone [Album] [2016]

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Darko the Super & All These Fingers – Carve A Happy Face on My Tombstone
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01. Amateur Hour
02. Bitter
03. Shut In
04. 50 Cups of Coffee
05. I Wanna Know
06. Your Best Porno Mag
07. Peanut Butter and a Spoon
08. Space Monkey and the Ladder to Heaven
09. Groceries
10. Do I Look as Dead as I Feel
11. To All the Women at My Funeral
12. Casually Pathetic (Tryin’ Hard Not to Think)

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Darko the Super & All These Fingers – Carve A Happy Face on My Tombstone

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“On any given night somewhere in the suburbs of Philadelphia Darko the Super sits in his bedroom and pours himself into a song. He takes no time off; but it’s also not work for him. It’s much more than that. It’s a necessity for Darko, an Already Dead Tapes veteran who is dropping his 4th release (3rd solo) for the label. The end result of his unreal drive is always an album’s worth of uncontrollable, unedited, thought provoking, hilarious and gut wrenching songs that force you on a roller coaster ride through the 22 year old Philly rapper’s world. On his new tape ‘Carve a Happy Face on My Tombstone’, Darko brings us along with him while he experiences love, heartache and the aftermath of a broken relationship. The 13 songs on this tape glow with the beats of Detroit producer All These Fingers, who perfectly compliments Darko’s grim pre, during, and post relationship rants. What the two have created is something truly remarkable; an album that is as weird and horror stricken as it is accessible and relatable. Darko’s sense of vulnerability shines through in every track and eventually starts to sound like your own conscience. Of course there are the elements that we’ve come to expect from him: shout outs to Nirvana, porn references, violent daydreams, distrust for the government and nods to his hero Bill Hicks. Darko, however, goes beyond that on this release and allows us to view his love story from the infancy of his relationship, through the breakup, to dealing with the heartache, back into another relationship, through that breakup, back into heartache, through despair and into death. As morose as that sounds it is also a reminder of how we all go through Hell to find the love that we are looking for. If it’s too dark, that’s because it hurts. If it sounds harsh, that’s because it’s infuriating. And if it comes across silly, that’s because it’s the greatest comedy of them all.”
– Wesley Nowlin, Already Dead Tapes, 2016

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Album

Darko the Super & Ialive – The Hell Hole Store [Album] [2016]

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Darko the Super & Ialive – The Hell Hole Store [Album]
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01. Back in the Damn Acura
02. Girlfriend? Or Sister?
03. MC’s (Merry Christmas)
04. Fool Around
05. Kop Killer Kreep
06. Get Low
07. Satellite Records (O’Douls)
08. It’s All Happening
09. Heartstrings
10. Mellow Yellow
11. This is Where the Fun Stops

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Darko the Super & Ialive – The Hell Hole Store

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“Its rare that an album can offer its listener a buffet’s worth of compelling and relatable interests. On ‘The Hell Hole Store’, Darko the Super and Ialive fill our plates with an assortment of topics that we can all be intrigued by. Ranging from the funny to the absurd to the more serious social issues that plague our society, these 11 tracks are completely cohesive and display the chemistry that Darko and iAlive have built together. Darko’s worldview and narrative are on par with his previous Already Dead releases ‘Knox Overstreet’ and ‘Oh No! Its Darko’, while Ialive’s smooth style brings balance and stability to the table. This is the definition of a fun album, and on the surface it has every aspect of hanging out with friends; sharing jokes and stories in a smoke filled room. However, ‘The Hell Hole Store’ is not to be taken solely as satire, and has everything that we all want in a 2016 hip hop album. There’s something for everyone on display here; pop culture references, memorable samples and hooks, literary orientations, head-bobbing beats, angst in social consciousness, love and despair, and ultimately, a complete respect for the genre. These two know how to capture the attention of the listener and hold it until the final curtain call.”
– Wesley Nowlin, Already Dead Tapes, 2016

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E.P.

Darko The Super – Commercial [E.P.] [2015]

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Darko The Super – Commercial [E.P.]
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01. Coca Cola
02. American Cheese
03. Goth Nite
04. Alone

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Darko The Super – Commercial

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Video

Darko The Super – “Jack’s Raging Bile Duct” [Video] [2015]


Darko The Super – “Jack’s Raging Bile Duct” [Video]

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Album

Darko The Super – Peach Fish [Album] [2015]

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Darko The Super – Peach Fish [Album]
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01. Big Daddy Cool’s Intro (Feat. Mr. Muthafuckin’ eXquire) [Prod. by BLKrKRT]
02. Dirk Steel (Prod. by Big Baby Gandhi)
03. Diet Cokehead (Prod. by TEK.LUN)
04. Again & Again (Prod. by Alonso Flex)
05. Bill Hicks (Keith Sweat by Lil B The BasedGod)
06. Backdoor Sluts 9 (Prod. by A Boy In The Garden)
07. Slime (Prod. by 2 Hungry Bros)
08. No Reply At All (Prod. by Big Baby Gandhi)
09. Sally Got A Man (Prod. by Gloam)
10. One Step Away (Prod. by Style Shuts)
11. King Gravy Lumps & The Quest Under The Couch Cushions (Prod. by Blu)
12. Toxicity (Prod. by Style Shuts)

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Darko The Super – Peach Fish

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Album

Darko The Super and Doc Heller – Oh, No! It’s Darko [Album] [2014]

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Darko The Super and Doc Heller – Oh, No! It’s Darko [Album]
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01. The First Slit is the Deepest
02. Sharing is Caring
03. Only A Fad
04. Until the Day I Die and Then For A Couple Days…
05. Dumb (featuring Pyramid Vritra)
06. Blood Will Flow
07. In The Someday
08. Change
09. Water and Metal (featuring Dudley Perkins)
10. Buzzy Linhart is my Friend 2014
11. Suicide Prevention
12. Song for Dr. Dre to Sell
13. Feel Like a Piece of Shit (featuring Homeboy Sandman)
14. Crown of Thorns
15. Promise Land

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Darko The Super and Doc Heller – Oh, No! It’s Darko

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“Friday, I felt listless. Saturday, I sought for indulgence. Sunday, I found Darko. The chemistry is religious and the religion is just right. It can all be found on the new album “Oh No! It’s Darko”. Darko The Super and Doc Heller, both combine and create the figurehead, completing this Holy Trinity for the cult hero of the Hip Hop world – Evan Souza. With two monikers, Evan Souza is releasing his latest album under the pseudonym Darko The Super and using Doc Heller to produce it. From Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Already Dead Tapes and Records is happy to release another experimental hip hop album and to add another prodigious musician to the Already Dead family.

But what of the City of Brotherly Love and Darko The Super’s relationship with it? With the news reports of statistical findings that we’ve all been hearing of Philadelphia’s crime rates – it is certainly an ironic mixture to have such a pleasant title as “The City of Brotherly Love.” Darko The Super represents a true voice of someone who does more than notice insecurities in a complicated world. He represents a truthful form of expression. Lyrics that show the modern age of our generation; honesty for self-indulgence, anger towards undeserving pop stars and the wave of depression that moves from sincerity to art form back to sincerity. As far as the music goes, think MF Doom mixed in with early Beck raps and Minnesota-based Eyedea’s freestyle form. If you’re into supporting musicians who keep on keeping on and show no signs of stopping – this is an album for you.

Features guest spots from Homeboy Sandman, Pyramid Vritra and Dudley Perkins.”

-Ray Jackson, Already Dead Tapes, 2014