Binary star Announce Double LP & Debut of "the Last Supper Nova" Video

HipHop News Posted on January 10, 2018 at 5:43am

Binary star Announce Double LP & Debut of "the Last Supper Nova" Video

#DXCLUSIVE: One Has shared details about the "Dis ears, Apart of album".

Binary star made his long-awaited return in 2017 for the release of Water of World 3, the group's first LP in over 15 years, and one of HipHopX Most Slept-On Albums of the year. The Fans do not have to worry about wait so much time again as One has announced a double-LP titled Dis ears Apart and released a video for the first single, "The Last Supper Nova."

"The concept is Binary," One said DX on the next project. "Two stars that revolve around each other. This double album is, in reality, two stars or discs, that rotate around each other. The project of Light Years away, it is really Dis ears Apart. Most of the songs are named after the constellations, as they contain two or more stars that also happen to be light-years away. The themes are broad and all over the place, but all of them shine. The entire concept is Binary. The Last Supper Nova explains why the Star shines bright but also exploded, so that it no longer exists as we knew it before. The Super Nova. The Last Supper. All prophetic and conceptual."

One explained that Dis ears Apart is a continuation of the concept explored in the last year of the World's Water 3.

"In the background, it was not An anonymous Man who lived in the search of the Jargon of the Blade," he said. "He traveled to Egypt to ancient wisdom, only to discover a box with inscriptions, which have made noise. After deciphering the code, he learned that he had to turn to the stars. A bright star leads him to a World of Water, where he would soon recover the Slang of the Blade. His mission was to kill the two-headed dragon that threatened the survival of the entire World of Water. This is that the saga, which continues."

Additional contributors to the album include DMT, Ro Spit, Kodac, Courtney Wheaton-Peck, Coko Buttafli, Bre Ma, Jason Berry, Tate McBroom, Tony Ozier and Obed, with beatboxing by Ashley "Say Wut" Moyer" and scratches by DJ Virus. The production is handled by One Man Army and The Autocons. No releas

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