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Ethel Wulf & Bones – “ダサい” ALBUM

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Ethel Wulf & Bones – “ダサい” ALBUM

Ethel Wulf & Bones – “ダサい” ALBUM

Ethel Wulf (formerly of SpaceGhostPurrp’s Raider Klan) and Bones (of TeamSESH), have released their first collaborative album titled ダサい (which means “lame”). 13 tracks long, ダサい shows that Ethel Wulf and Bones make a great duo as they flow over some interesting production that complements both of their rapping styles. One of my favorite songs on ダサい is Ryūketsu No Gaun (Bloody Gown). It’s a cold and eerie track that has Ethel Wulf going in with a laid back flow and about halfway through the song Bones demonstrates that he can easily hold his own with Ethel Wulf. In fact, I actually enjoyed Bones’ verse the most. Click HERE to download ダサい for free. And below you can watch the music video of Ryūketsu No Gaun (Bloody Gown) on Bones’ YouTube channel. The video is quite an interesting one. With Anime clips spliced together with footage of Ethel Wulf and Bones doing their verses, there is much creativity to be seen. Give the video a watch and download ダサい, you might enjoy what Ethel Wulf and Bones have to offer.

 

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