Handshakes With Snakes

by Apathy

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Featuring Twista, Bun B, Celph Titled, B-Real, Sick Jacken, Oh No, Ras Kass, O.C., Pumpkinhead, Spit Gemz, Blacastan, Nutso and more.

Championing his fifth solo album in a consistent and longstanding career, Apathy delivers a plate served up with only the finest ingredients that you'd expect from a seasoned lyricist and producer. On this outing, Ap takes you through the perils of the current state of hip hop, corporate phonies and idiotic pop culture. Sprinkle in some trippy tales with vivid imagery plus the right amount of braggadocio verbiage, and the Demigodz frontman brings you full circle via industry rule number 4080. Listeners of this record will become cautious of who they shake hands with. Production duties are handled entirely by Apathy himself, captivating fans on a ride fully orchestrated in his own creative vision while bringing along a handful of carefully selected guest emcees. Having experienced firsthand what it's like to start independently from the dirt, then be entrenched in a major label contract during the peak of hip hop's commercial success, to touring alongside RIAA certified diamond-selling mega rockstars - Apathy's knowledge and wittyness on the subject spills out to be pure audio gold. This project represents those of us not willing to compromise our artistry for fame and money. Can we shake on that?

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released June 10, 2016

All songs produced, arranged, sequenced, mixed and mastered by Apathy @ The Danger Room - New London, Connecticut

Original cover art illustration by Dave Quiggle
www.davequiggle.com

Executive Producers: Apathy & Celph Titled
(c) 2016 Dirty Version Records
www.dirtyversionrecords.com

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Apathy Connecticut

Born to teenage parents in a working-class area of Connecticut, Apathy first discovered hip-hop at age five when his uncle played him Chaka Khan's 1984 song "I Feel for You" which featured a rap verse from Melle Mel. Instantly hooked, he began listening to rap incessantly, later soaking up the sounds of Gang Starr, Nas, and Organized Konfusion, all while penning his own rhymes. The legacy began... ... more

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