D12’s dEnAuN Empties His Backpack & The Contents Slam (FreEP)

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Producer/MC dEnAuN (a/k/a Mr. Porter) released a new six-song EP today (May 7), Stuff In My Backpack. The EP offers a refreshing and crisp sound that displays the evolution of the Detroit, Michigan native’s lengthy career (despite several name-changes)

Compelling lyricism along with gritty beats gives dEnAuN a chance to shine apart his longtime role in D12, or producer’s post within Aftermath.

The EP contains appearances from Royce Da 5’9″, Phonte, Pharoahe Monch and Rapsody. Porter explains on his website that ”these songs all gave me a retro feel of my favorite time in Hip Hop, which I call the [A Tribe Called Quest] era, a fun time in music when you never knew what to expect.” Stuff In My Backpack is available as a pay-what-you-want download on his website and available for stream below:


Related: Mr. Porter, Rapsody & Scram Jones Celebrate The Sleepers (Video)