Dot Demo Wants You to ‘Burn One, Tap In, Zone Out’ to His New Project

Written by on May 27, 2020

Again in January of final 12 months, we launched you to a Bronx rapper named Dot Demo with the discharge of his Delirium album. And now, as a way to embrace this quarantine way of life, he’s adopted it up together with his newest full-length launch, Burn One, Faucet In, Zone Out.

Produced totally by his brother RUNITUPDAY! (who he launched a undertaking with final 12 months referred to as My Brother’s Keeper), the 10-track album acts as a soundtrack to those darkish instances with a pair of options from fellow Ultra Nostra signees Dave Disla and Religion Lee.

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