Harlem emcee UFO Fev and Phoenixville-based producer Vanderslice team up for a collaborative album, 'Enigma of Dalì,' that blends surrealist art vibes with raw street rap for one of the year's most immediately engaging releases.With 'Enigma of Dalì,' we're seeing two like-minded artists push themselves even further as they embody the experimentalism of Spanish Surrealist Salvador Dalì. "He became my muse, and someone whom I began to study," Fev explains. "In my free time, I'd watch his interviews and would begin to pen lyrics. Subconsciously, I was writing from the point of view of someone misunderstood, very much like Dalì was."You can hear that sense of purpose in standout tracks "Crack Shifts (feat. Flee Lord)" and "Scarlet Letters," two tough joints with equally snarling lyricism and production. Other highlights include the beat-switching "Pack Flip (feat. Red Infinite)" and super-smooth "Jazz Criminals (feat. SmooVth)." These tracks embody what makes the album so special, and why Vanderslice is especially proud of it.
Harlem emcee UFO Fev and Phoenixville-based producer Vanderslice team up for a collaborative album, 'Enigma of Dalì,' that blends surrealist art vibes with raw street rap for one of the year's most immediately engaging releases.With 'Enigma of Dalì,' we're seeing two like-minded artists push themselves even further as they embody the experimentalism of Spanish Surrealist Salvador Dalì. "He became my muse, and someone whom I began to study," Fev explains. "In my free time, I'd watch his interviews and would begin to pen lyrics. Subconsciously, I was writing from the point of view of someone misunderstood, very much like Dalì was."You can hear that sense of purpose in standout tracks "Crack Shifts (feat. Flee Lord)" and "Scarlet Letters," two tough joints with equally snarling lyricism and production. Other highlights include the beat-switching "Pack Flip (feat. Red Infinite)" and super-smooth "Jazz Criminals (feat. SmooVth)." These tracks embody what makes the album so special, and why Vanderslice is especially proud of it.
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Enigma Of Dali
Artist: Ufo Fev / Vanderslice
Format: CD
New: Available $14.98
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DISC: 1

1. Enigma of Dalì (Intro)
2. Crack Shifts (Feat. Flee Lord)
3. Moody Bass
4. Pack Flip (Feat. Red Infinite)
5. Home Team
6. Artfully Done Street Shit (Feat. Red Infinite)
7. Scroll Music
8. Jazz Criminal (Feat. Smoovth)
9. Scarlet Letters
10. All That Glitters

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Harlem emcee UFO Fev and Phoenixville-based producer Vanderslice team up for a collaborative album, 'Enigma of Dalì,' that blends surrealist art vibes with raw street rap for one of the year's most immediately engaging releases.With 'Enigma of Dalì,' we're seeing two like-minded artists push themselves even further as they embody the experimentalism of Spanish Surrealist Salvador Dalì. "He became my muse, and someone whom I began to study," Fev explains. "In my free time, I'd watch his interviews and would begin to pen lyrics. Subconsciously, I was writing from the point of view of someone misunderstood, very much like Dalì was."You can hear that sense of purpose in standout tracks "Crack Shifts (feat. Flee Lord)" and "Scarlet Letters," two tough joints with equally snarling lyricism and production. Other highlights include the beat-switching "Pack Flip (feat. Red Infinite)" and super-smooth "Jazz Criminals (feat. SmooVth)." These tracks embody what makes the album so special, and why Vanderslice is especially proud of it.