DJ Soko’s Domino Effect Aligns Nicely With Guilty Simpson, Apollo Brown & More (Album Stream)

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Detroit, Michigan native DJ Soko has been putting in work for years. Just under five years ago, the turntablist DJ joined forces with Apollo Brown and Journalist 103 to form The Left. The trio released Gas Mask, an early and important on the then-fledgling Mello Music Group—with Kool G Rap (on early editions) and others in tow.

In 2015, Soko brings his Left cohorts with him for his solo debut, Domino Effect. The Left Of Center Records release (Soko’s own imprint) comes forth today, with potent appearances by Brown, Journalist, as well as indie Rap luminaries such as Guilty Simpson, Rasheed Chappell, Red Pill, Hasaan Mackey, Finale, Marvwon, and others. Hard beats, hard rhymes, and asserted attention to the man behind the two turntables with the mixer drives this elementary Hip-Hop album.

Check Fat Beats for CD and red vinyl editions too.

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