L.A.’s DumbFoundDead Drops Highly-Anticipated New Mixtape, We Might Die

November 14, 2016

Los Angeles emcee Dumbfoundead partners with Complex to premiere his highly-anticipated mixtape We Might Die. With hard-hitting production by Getter and Stereotypes and artist features by Too $hort, Jay Park, and Nocando, Dumbfoundead’s reflective 10 track project unveils immortality within a fatal world.

Dumbfoundead explains, “We Might Die was a tape reflecting the mood I was in, looking at the world through my phone. The youth and older generation both feeling immortal while the world is crumbling down around us. I wanted to talk about living wild, death and legacy on these tracks as I approach the end of my 20s. Sorry to be a downer, but enjoy!”

We Might Die follows a summer where the Korean-American advocate gained a lot of attention by fiercely confronted Hollywood’s offensive stereotypes with his #1 trending lead single “Safe.” Superimposing his own face over the faces of white actors of iconic films, Dumbfoundead spotlights the Asian American narrative and anti-whitewashing anthem that was featured on the homepage of CNN, The Los Angeles Times and Al Jazeera.

DumbFoundDead caught a lot of attention with the release of their music video, “Harambe” which The Fader praised him for “shining a light on political unrest while also paying homage to the Cincinnati Zoo’s late star gorilla Harambe.”

Checkout DumbFoundDead’s new video, “Harambe” above and “Safe” below.

Listen to We Might Die below courtesy of Soundcloud:

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