Home / News / Dumbfoundead and Noisey premiere music video Murals – We Might Die Tour starts January 2017

Dumbfoundead and Noisey premiere music video Murals – We Might Die Tour starts January 2017

Los Angeles emcee Dumbfoundead partners with Noisey to release his hauntingly vibrant tribute music video “Murals” from his brand new mixtape We Might Die. Produced by the Stereotypes, the hard hitting track shines a light on his urban upbringing in Koreatown while the music video directed by Jay Ahn of Transparent Agency paints his immortalizing future.

Dumbfoundead explains, “’Murals’ is an ode to all the past OGs and legends notorious in our neighborhoods. As a kid I used to walk past these large murals and I always stopped to pay my respects as if they were actual memorials. I hoped that one day I’d also be immortalized on the walls of our liquor stores and bodegas.”

DOWNLOAD WE MIGHT DIE MIXTAPE

Stay tuned as Dumbfoundead will kick off his We Might Die Tour in Seattle on January 25th. The North American leg will also make stops in Atlanta, Chicago, DC, Toronto, New York and hometown Los Angeles. Joining him on the road will be Virginia duo Year of The Ox who recently scored 9 million Facebook hits with their freestyle Seven Rings partnership alongside Team Backpack. Tour dates are listed below and tickets will be available this Friday here. Fans can also purchase We Might Die merch bundles at: dumbfoundead.com/store.

“Hey guys. I’m going on tour across North America and taking my friends Year of the Ox with me! The We Might Die tour will hit 12 cities and I hope to meet all of you before we DIE!” exclaims Dumbfoundead.

  LISTEN TO “ANCESTORS” FT. DONYE’A & YEAR OF THE OX

Dumbfoundead’s We Might Die mixtape premiered last week with Complex and features the #1 trending lead single “Safe” that addresses Hollywood’ whitewashing and Asian American stereotypes that was featured on the homepage of CNN, The Los Angeles Times and Al Jazeera. Second single “Harambe” climbed to the Top of the Spotify Viral 50 charts shortly after he premiered his political commentary with The Fader.  The 10-track project also includes artists features by Too Short, Jay Park, Nocando, CA$HPASSION, Simon Dominic and G2.

WATCH SAFE MUSIC VIDEO

WATCH HARAMBE MUSIC VIDEO

DUMBFOUNDEAD TOUR DATES – WE MIGHT DIE:
01/25/17 – Seattle, WA – Vera Project
01/26/17 – Vancouver, BC – The Alexander
01/27/17 – Portland, OR – Peter’s Room
02/02/17 – Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade Purgatory
02/04/17 – Washington DC – Songbyrd
02/06/17 – Philadelphia, PA – The Voltage Lounge
02/07/17 – New York, NY – SOB’s
02/08/17 – Toronto, ON – Drake Underground
02/10/17 – Chicago, IL – Schubas

02/11/17 – Las Vegas, NV – Vinyl
02/15/17 – Santa Ana, CA – Constellation Room
02/17/19 – Oakland, CA – New Parish
02/19/17 – Los Angeles, CA – The Roxy

*Additional dates to be announced
https://www.dumbfoundead.com/tour

DUMBFOUNDEAD – WE MIGHT DIE TRACK LIST:
01. Murals (Prod. by Stereotypes)
02. CA$HPASSION x Dumbfoundead – All In ft. KOHH (Prod. by Stereotypes)
03. Ancestors ft. Donye’a G & YEAR OF THE OX (Prod. by Stereotypes)
04. We Might Die (Prod. by brandUn DeShay)
05. Safe (Prod. by Harley Mac & King Kanobby)
06. Hit And Run ft. Nocando (Prod. by Two Fresh)
07. Cochino ft. Too $hort (Prod. by Getter)
08. Harambe (Prod. by Getter)
09. Banned In The Motherland ft. Jay Park, Simon Dominic, G2 (Prod. by Josh Pan)
10. Hold Me Down (Prod. by Getter)

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

Check Also

Alice Pisano Releases Stripped Down Version Of “Stay”

It’s out now on Vevo the stripped back live video of Alice Pisano’s latest single …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.