5 Songs, 17 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dumbfoundead's first Korean release finds the Los Angeles rapper examining South Korean culture via clever wordplay. With K-hip-hop veterans Dok2, Simon Dominic, and Tiger JK, "Hyung" challenges Korean traditions, while Jessi and Year of the Ox tackle racism and women's issues on "History of War." His Korean and English lyrics boast pop-cultural references from both sides of the world—a true reflection of a globally minded rapper.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Dumbfoundead's first Korean release finds the Los Angeles rapper examining South Korean culture via clever wordplay. With K-hip-hop veterans Dok2, Simon Dominic, and Tiger JK, "Hyung" challenges Korean traditions, while Jessi and Year of the Ox tackle racism and women's issues on "History of War." His Korean and English lyrics boast pop-cultural references from both sides of the world—a true reflection of a globally minded rapper.

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About Dumbfoundead

Also known as Jonathan Park, DFD, or just plain Dumb, rapper Dumbfoundead delivers his comedic rhymes in an effortless style, a combination that served him well while on the MC battle circuit. Born in Argentina but raised in the Koreatown neighborhood of Los Angeles, Dumbfoundead first made his name by battling MCs on the Grind Time Now battle circuit, going up against rappers like Tantrum and Pumpkinhead and suffering only one loss to rapper the Saurus. He made his official debut on album in 2011 when he released DFD on his own Dumbfoundead label. In 2012 he joined Breezy Love Joy on a tour of America and released his sophomore album, Take the Stares. ~ David Jeffries

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