Hull is the beautiful amalgamation of one of hip hop’s most prolific producers and French rap’s brightest shining star. Nicholas Craven lays down the luxurious soundscape for D-Track to rap about his home life on, painting a vivid picture of the pair’s hometown of Hull, Quebec, as well as touching on existentialism and French politics. The record features French artists Robert Nelson and Kiki, as well as Che Noir and one of French rap’s most prominent rappers, Akhenaton.
The black variant of this record comes with an exclusive flexi containing the song "Brigil." All variants are pressed on 140g vinyl housed in 24pt, reverse board jackets. The artwork was done by Geneviève L. Richard, and the music has been mastered for vinyl by Joe LaPorta at Sterling Sound. Art direction and design by Nicholas Craven, Stack Moolah, and D-Track.
1. Shot 2. La vie c'est comme 3. Les fantômes de Fukushima 4. Apollo 5. 1900 6. Soroche (feat. Akhenaton) 7. 4 millions de solitude 8. McDermott (feat. Robert Nelson) 9. Du Nord 10. Où j'suis allé 11. Court-circuit (feat. Che Noir) 12. 60 Points
Black (w/ flexi) /100 Fire /200 Smoke /200
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