Da Grym Reefer | The Sum of All Fears (Deluxe Edition)

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The Sum of All Fears (Deluxe Edition)

by Da Grym Reefer

The most critically acclaimed release by Da Grym Reefer, to date. During a time where hip-hop is focused on more party oriented music, Da Grym Reefer releases the social and political commentary that is The Sum of All Fears...
Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap: Political Rap
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1. Prelude
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2. Grey
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3. The Sum of All Fears
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4. The Truth
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5. Half-Empty
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6. Just Us (for Troy)
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7. Proud Father
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8. Tennessee Purchase
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9. Interlude
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10. What About the Half
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11. P. S. A.
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12. Amerikkka
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13. The Dark Side of the Rainbow
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14. Charging the Devil's Lair
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15. Armageddon
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16. The Final Conflict
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17. Death Wish 3
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18. Do U Care
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19. A Trip 2 Ya Heart
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20. Because
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Da Grym Reefer officially started his career using the moniker Renaissance featuring on a compilation called “Roastin N Toastin Vol. 1”, released in 2002.
He recorded his first solo song, a song titled “Frigid”. This song opened doors to feature on future releases.
He released “Live From H8erville…(Da Suic-Psycosis E.P.)” in 2005 and released his first full solo effort in 2006 “Volume 0: Phukk U (2 All Who Doubt)”.
The album was quietly released to a lukewarm reception but solidified him a place as the most enigmatic artist on the Posse Up Entertainment roster and a driving creative force behind the scenes. Da Grym Reefer proved he is a force to be reckoned by the time he released “Da Nickel”.
With a groundbreaking production style and cinematic vision for detail, Da Grym Reefer is one of few artist that could make a hit or deep thought provoking rap ballad and make the video for it as well.
Da Grym Reefer just released his full-length second release “The Sum of All Fears”.
“I named it "The Sum of All Fears" because I want to show them I am fearless as an artist…I take chances and don’t try to
sound what everyone else is doing right now.” he said, when asked about his new album.

"Hidden beneath carefully crafted lyrics complimented by solid instrumentals, the political and social commentary in The Sum of All Fears by Da Grym Reefer can easily be missed. Da Grym Reefer speaks on everything from Troy Davis to the state of Hip-Hop on his 20 track album.

Just Us (For Troy) featuring Miss Joyce seems to cover many political and law enforcement issues as Da Grym Reefer says “we look for Justice, we find Just us.”

He thoughtfully composes his songs, displaying his skills as a lyricist, while delivering his message. Missing from his album is the usual party tracks and club bangers yet the instrumentals still have a body moving effect.

On his official website, Da Grym Reefer says he entitled his album The Sum of All Fears to show he is a fearless artist. His album could effortlessly force people to recognize the political and social commentary that Hip-Hop can have."

-- Corinne Z. Lyons (The Inferno: A Music Blog)

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Miss Joyce

An album for the books from Da Grym Reefer aka Renaissance
I am so proud to be on this project, but I am not the reason why I am writing this review. I am here to give credit where it is due for not being afraid to talk about real issues that you have lived and experienced and not feel the need to live up to a facade that some artist try to put on. Thank you for sticking to the script of always putting out REAL HIP-HOP regardless of adversity. This one is a must buy, so what are you waiting on. Well worth it, you outta see him live!
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