Dumbfoundead shares a new track dedicated to L.A. TV Personality Huell Howser, who passed away earlier this year. In the visual clip, DFD puts on his hosting hat and ventures in Venice Beach with a mic in hand. Download this track and purchase his latest album, Old Boy Jon, over at his official bandcamp.
Dumbfoundead recalls the story of his come-up in “Born For This.” The visual, directed by Grady Shon, weaves nostalgic items and pictures with a scenes of DFD and his friends vibing to the Duke Westlake beat. Cop DFD’s latest release, Old Boy Jon, here.
L.A. native Dumbfoundead released a new free Duke Westlake-produced track “Old Boy Jon.” Definitely rockin’ with this track. Production and all.
Download: Dumbfoundead – Old Boy Jon (Audio)
Directed by Nicolas Heller of Ricky Shabazz and the Boom Bap Boys
Frolicking through the sand with the big blue sea to your left and a lovely lady to your right… and a guy in a hotdog suit. Ok, maybe not the ideal scenario but all those mentioned do make an appearance in Dumbfoundead‘s video for “10 Rounds.” Shout out to Breezy Lovejoy, who produced the track. The beat is very nice. “10 Rounds” can be found on DFD’s album Take The Stares, available on iTunes now.
The search for “the one” is never easy as you can see in Dumbfoundead‘s new video, “New Chick.” Directed by Casey Chan, the visual shows DFD in many situations, with many different setting and with all types of females under the sun. Life is hard for the Korean-American spitter. Purchase his newly-released album, Take The Stares, here.
Dumbfoundead, also known as DFD, is gearing up for the release of his next album Take The Stares, out October 16th, but he’s feeding his fans new content while they wait. His latest creative black-and-white visual for the Breezy Lovejoy-produced “Growing Young” illustrates DFD’s pathway to adulthood. Shout out to the artist Sang Lee and the director AK+B. The video was right on point.
Purchase the track and find the lyrics here.