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From the Inbox – Deal the Villain

by BC on November 12, 2009

I grabbed this from the WYDU inbox. It’s a couple tracks from a nice MC by the name of Deal the Villain from his upcoming debut EPic (available soon digitally on RTD Records). His flow is tight and his voice reminds me a little of Milk D. Definitely worth your time, so check out the tracks below.

Free downloads from the upcoming EPic:

Deal – The Villain “This Ain’t (Love)” (prod. by Deal – The Villain)
download: Download Here

Deal – The Villain “Don’t Matter” (prod. by Sincere)
download: Download Here


Deal The Villain

Deal The Villain, born in the year of Rapper’s Delight’s commercial release. Raised by a mother who incorporated music from day’s beginning to end & early exposure to Hip Hop “turntablism” introduced DTV to the fundamentals of Hip Hop early on. With the correlation of his ever present affinity of Jazz to Hip Hop made through rap groups such as A Tribe Called Quest, Deal had all he would need to recognize, produce, & write monumental music. Influenced by Jay Dilla’s production & MF Doom’s style and content, DTV can sample the sweetest songs into gutter anthems or create ballads from scratch to create “boom-bap” in a contemporary form.

Armed with a wealth of knowledge, self-taught know how, and stature to match his as his talent, ambition, determination, & personality, Deal the Villain is gearing up to release his Epic, his debut solo project.

You can hear DTV’s production on Brokn.Englsh’s R.E.M. & PreWreck mixtapes, Myk Dyaleks’ Chilla Than a Caterpilla mixtape & the underground smash Bodybag feat. Fresh Daily, 8thW1, & Homeboy Sandman. Deal’s writing prowess can be heard on The World Class Wrecking Crew tracks Guillotine, 5 Rings, & March Madness, Tom Chase (of St. Joe Louis’) Catalina Wine Mixer, and lead production & lyricist from the 12 man NJ/NY conglomerate Elite Assembly.

Recent shows include:

- Performed & hosted Meet the Producers’ Beat Battle Invitational, Platinum Studios in Newark, NJ
- PVC’s Invitational Beat Battle, Park Studios in Montclair, NJ
- IconoHop, Sputnik in Brooklyn, NY
- Liberator Magazine’s Live from Planet Earth, Lazy Catfish in Brooklyn, NY
- Various featured slots at Bowery Poetry Club & Voodoo Lounge both in Manhattan, NY

For more information, booking, & press please contact K. Desireé Milwood of KDManagement at

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