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Martin Lucid Dream

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Martin Lucid Dream
Martin Lucid Dream.jpg
EP by
ReleasedOctober 9, 2015 (2015-10-09)
Recorded2015
GenreHip hop
Length25:15
LabelRappers I Know
Producer
Denmark Vessey chronology
Life, In My Direction
(2013)
Martin Lucid Dream
(2015)
Whole Food
(2016)

Martin Lucid Dream is the second extended play by American rapper and producer Denmark Vessey. Composed of eight tracks, it was released on October 9, 2015 via Rappers I Know,[1] and re-released in 2017 with two bonus tracks. Production was handled by Azarias, T-White, Exile and Denmark himself. It features guest appearances from Black Milk, Guilty Simpson, MosEL, Stretch Money and Tanya Morgan.

Music and lyrics

Throughout the EP, Denmark Vessey addresses the ups and downs of his absurd life with a keen sense of humor. The tone of Martin Lucid Dream is exemplified by the song "Think Happy Thoughts."[2] It is an introspective look at the challenges of life, united by a positive-thinking mantra Vessey inherited from his mother and late grandmother. The track contains soothing vocal harmonies and guitar strums provided by Exile.[2] It gives way to a comedic church skit and then the disjointed string arrangements of "Keep Your Hoes In Check," where Vessey contemplates both deep and shallow questions.[2]

Release and promotion

Denmark released a music video for Exile-produced track "Think Happy Thoughts" directed by Jeremy Ian Thomas on July 6, 2016.[3]

Critical reception

Rolling Stone magazine ranked the extended play at number 34 of their list of the 40 Best Rap Albums of 2015.[2]

Track listing

No.TitleProducer(s)Length
1."Warning" (featuring Guilty Simpson)Denmark Vessey2:48
2."Dr. Martin Lucid Dream" (featuring Tanya Morgan)Azarias3:50
3."Don't Smoke K2"T-White1:58
4."Nerd Niggas"Denmark Vessey3:08
5."Chemtrails"T-White2:45
6."Think Happy Thoughts and Keep Your Hoes in Check"
5:22
7."Be Great" (featuring Black Milk)Denmark Vessey1:39
8."Everyday" (featuring Mosel and Stretch Money)Denmark Vessey3:45
Total length:25:15
2017 re-release bonus tracks
No.TitleProducerLength
9."Katt Williams"T-White1:51
10."Snowing in LA"Earl Sweatshirt3:05
Total length:30:11

Personnel

  • Aleksander Manfredi – additional producer
  • Azarias – additional producer
  • Byron Simpson – featured artist
  • Curtis Cross – featured artist
  • Damien Randle – executive producer, additional mixing
  • Denmark Vessey – main artist, executive producer, producer
  • Devon Callender – featured artist
  • Donald Freeman – featured artist
  • Doug Saltzman – mixing, mastering
  • Frank William Miller Junior – creative direction, design, executive producer
  • Mosel – featured artist
  • Stretch Money – featured artist
  • Tyler T-White – additional producer
  • Thebe Kgositsile – producer

References

  1. ^ FWMJ (2015-10-09). "Denmark Vessey — Martin Lucid Dream". FWMJ's Rappers I Know.
  2. ^ a b c d Aku, Timmhotep (December 23, 2015). "40 Best Rap Albums of 2015". Rolling Stone.
  3. ^ McKinney, Jessica (July 6, 2016). "Denmark Vessey Releases "Think Happy Thoughts" Video". Vibe.

External links


This page was last edited on 8 February 2021, at 23:22
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