Rapidly ascendant 20 year old Harlem rapper Dominic Lord unveils follow up to his critically acclaimed debut EP 'Fashion Show' with "Overworld".
As a cathartic reaction to being played the beat by his manager whilst driving through New York, he immediately went to the studio and recorded Overworld in just 30 minutes. A word created by Lord meaning the opposite to "Underworld", "Overworld" is a state of mind, used to inspire an inner positivity to know that you can do anything.
In two short years Dominic Lord has worked with the likes of Hudson Mohawke, Stargate and Pusha T as well as gaining fans such as Riccardo Tisci, Creative Director of Givenchy.
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