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The underground Hip Hop world was left reeling from the passing of People Under The Stairs' Double K in January 2021. 


Back in 2007-8 he was working on a sick project with our man in New Haven, CT, Dooley O. A couple tracks from the sessions had been leaked on the net but the majority haven't been heard before.


What we have hear are 5 joints from the collabo as well as 2 insts and an acapella for the DJs to play with. Production is fantastic and we have been blessed with a modern day anthem, entitled simply "Hip Hop" - a joint which laments the current state of the artform, something which most heads can relate too. Not to say that hip hop isn't alive and well, as we know it is - well, at least alive - but Dooley & Double K are heard laughing at and pointing to the joke that the culture has become, asking us "what happened" to the form. "It must be the music that's turning me off, be sounding so Tinkerbell, extra soft" - yup we hear you fellas!!!




Dooley O & Double K - The Double O [CD]

  • Tracks:

    1 Don't Start None ft. Jay Sonic, Tha Beloved Two B & Comel
    2 Wait Your Turn ft Comel
    3 Hip Hop
    4 Hip Hop (Instrumental)
    5 Ego Trippin
    6 Who's Real
    7 Who's Real (Acapella)
    8 Wait Your Turn (Instrumental)


    All songs written and produced by  Dooley-O & Double K for Liberty St Recordings.
    Executive Producer: Omar Goodness.


    Check a few words from Dooley here:

    "I always felt that what People Under The Stairs was doin was a good fit for me.  Me and Double K clicked cause we both appreciate what the funk is and worshipped that sound. We recorded several tracks in L.A. at Time Machine Studios in 2007-8 [but never finished up], so it sat for years. I met Double K through my friend, promoter, dj and producer Peter Agoston 
    [Female Fun Recs] and our first gig was in Arcata [Humolt Country] in Northern Cali. Last time I saw K was in Boston and he slimed up. I wish he was still alive. R.I.P. Double K.."




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