After taking a few months off from releasing music, Fearce Vill returns with his new single “Cosmic.” It’ll be appearing on his full length debut, Let It Be, later this year. One thing that has remained constant in the music of Dyme Def members is that spacey feel and reference. Shouts to The Source. Previously: SD Premiere: Fearce & Bean One – Strictly Yukiness (EPMD Remix) Follow @SermonsDomain
One of the best things that comes from Fearce and Bean’s long running collaborative efforts is their creativity. When they’re not cranking out great original records, the two can be heard remixing classics to their own liking. It’s more of Fearce fitting into the original than just tacking on a verse, and Bean One plays a role in the instrumentation and construction of the remix. So, SD premieres their latest flip of EPMD’s “Strictly Business.” Previously: Fearce & Bean One – That Ain’t Hip Hop Follow @SermonsDomain
Fearce Villain looks into the age-old debate for his latest record. Is it hip-hop? While there will never be a clear answer that the community decides on, we can all agree that Fearce’s tune is really dope. Look out for his and Bean One’s next project later this year. Previously: Video: Fearce & BeanOne – Bully
Bullying is something that affects tens of thousands of kids across the world in the school system. For their new video, Fearce and producer BeanOne are put into the perspective of a smaller kid afraid to discuss what’s going on with anybody to change things around. Sad and deep. Purchase the single on iTunes. Previously: Video: Fearce & BeanOne – I Want It All
The American Dream can be complex or simple depending on how you view life. In Fearce’s case, he just wants a little bit of fame as he rides through several Seattle neighborhoods on the BMX bike. There Goes The Neighborhood is out now. Directed by BeanOne. Previously: Album: Fearce & BeanOne – There Goes The Neighborhood
One third of Dyme Def, Fearce and frequent producer BeanOne have been working on There Goes The Neighborhood for quite some time. The 12 track album came out in similar sound to what most have come to expect from the Seattle trio, which is largely attributed to Bean’s sound. Stream and download it below.