Capturing the grainy isolated vibe of the Emerald City, hip-hop pioneer Datz Cold has emerged as a true product of his environment. With month after month of grey skies and rain it's no wonder that his music has been described as "dead hip-hop" by Seattle's premier indie paper the Stranger. In the tradition of producers like the Bomb Squad and RZA, Datz Cold crafts a post-apocalyptic aural landscape laced with venomous lyrical landmines. Call it hip-hop noir or existential rap, Datz Cold is casting a pitch black shadow over the local scene and beyond with his debut release "a green hell" on zerobpm recordings.
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