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D.Prosper’s #ATOM 12.12.12 mixtape is out, features Jay Elec, FlyLo, DJ Khalil

December 12, 2012

In the mood for some rebel music? Mad as hell and not gonna take it anymore? Hip-Hop.com family member D.Prosper today released his mixtape #ATOM 12.12.12 after teasing the project in a trailer released a week ago. The poet, songwriter, producer, and music exec has recruited some heavy hitters to the project, with the likes of Jay Electronica, Flying Lotus, DJ Khalil gracing the liner notes. Inspired by the work of artists like Public Enemy, Gil Scott-Heron, Rakim, and The Last Poets, D. has compiled a dense compilation of lyrics and textures, and should you get lost in the various meaning and things, you can check out RapGenius for exclusive discussion by the artist himself for more on the subtleties and nuances of the work.

Stream it live below, or download it here.

posted: December 12th, 2012, 2:30am



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