Donwill - Safespace | RECORD STORE DAY

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Artist: Donwill
Format: Vinyl


Label: Working Creative
Rel. Date: 12/08/2023
UPC: 5060179709529

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1. Younger Days
2. Y*O*U*N*G*M*A*N Interlude
3. Scary Hours ft Che Grand
4. Past The Rind ft Tanya Morgan
5. Try (Remix) ft 6th Sense
6. Funky Woman
7. Snob ft Rob Cave
8. Sell Yourself (Don't)
9. Shut Up! Feat Von Pea
10. Something Beautiful (Space 4 Rob)
11. Sound Permits
12. Go Back To Where?
13. Better Than Good
14. Help Yourself
15. Every City In America Is A Sundown Town

More Info:

During the strangeness of the pandemic Donwill released an EP titled SAFE. It was about how for a period of time everything felt downright dangerous. About a year after that he dropped companion piece tilted SPACE. Where as SAFE was a set of songs examining the need to be and feel safe, this time around he took some time to examine what it means to have space as a black person in America. The album was fully produced by Donwill and features the SAFE EP on side A and the SPACE EP on side B pressed on 180g black vinyl with double cover art. It includes a 12x12 photorealistic insert of the lyric sheet for 'Every City In America Is A Sundown Town' along with album credits. About the Artist Donwill is an Award winning rapper, producer and DJ. As a member of the rap group Tanya Morgan he has garnered critical acclaim with a string of impressive releases and music featured on Queen Sugar. As a solo act he has produced music for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, ZIWE, Slate's Slow Burn Podcast and Buzzfeed's "Another Round" podcast to name a few. Donwill served as the Music Supervisor for Wyatt Cenac's Problem Areas on HBO and as a music composer for several other shows. His Webby award winning podcast The Almanac of Rap is currently in it's second season and available wherever you get podcasts from.