Yeah, you might have to sit through a bit of Del talking about dubstep, but there’s a solid confirmation here that his supergroup with producer Dan the Automator and DJ Kid Koala — Deltron 3030 — has completed the follow-up to 2000’s self-titled release, Deltron Event II.
Dzl has been under the radar for a while recouping from a series of sicknesses and loss of his brother. He is here in the flesh to thank everybody for sticking with him and supporting him through the last few months and apologizes for having to cancel tour twice (2:10) and speaks on his cousin Ice Cube. He shares that Deltron Event II is DONE and will be released soon (3:30), Chuck D, and that he has two new mixtapes he will be giving away soon along with a lot of other upcoming projects both futuristic and classic sounding (8:12). Check it out!
[via Pigeons and Planes]
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