New Mix Tape: Ardamus – I Can’t Replace Me Pt. 2 Develop | @Ardamus

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New Mix Tape: Ardamus – I Can’t Replace Me Pt. 2 Develop

New Mix Tape: Ardamus – I Can’t Replace Me Pt. 2 Develop

The 3rd installment of the album series “I Can’t Replace Me” by southern/mid-east/DMV coast hip hop vet, Ardamus. Features production from Oddisee, Kev Brown, Hezekiah, Vintage, and Chase Moore & Hippie Sabotage. Songs about greed (“Luxury Tax”), songs dedicated to bars (“Back At The Again”), and songs dedicated to betrayal (“Gone”), pick up where “I Can’t Replace Me, Pt. 1: Improve” left off in 2014 ( as well as the first installment “Before I Replace You” (
Ardamus Bio:
Hailing from Nashville, TN. and now residing in Washington, DC, Ardamus has become a hip hop legend in the DMV scene. Starting at the age of 8 with rapping, he developed his talents over a number of years being influenced by a rap’s greatest hits tape his sister let him borrow. After years of receiving albums from his dad like Cypress Hill’s debut album and Too $hort’s “Shorty The Pimp” and was soon wanting to participate in the sport more seriously at the age of 13. After high school. Ardamus moved to Washington, DC where he developed skills as a lyricist and attended Howard University for a Bachelor’s Of Science in Anthropology. 
After getting a feel for the city and the music scene, he got involved with non-profits that incorporated arts with commentaries on social justice and began taking part in the local hip hop battles. In 1988, after honing his skills in the DC battle circuit, he began the recording phase his first EP “Life Is A Humbling Experience” in Nashville, TN. The project was released independently after being one of the first hip hop artists to receive the DC Arts And Humanities Young Artists Grant. 
Fast forward to today, he has earned the respect of his fans and his peers through his talent, hard work ethic and perseverance to the point where he has shared the stage with such acts as Das Racist, Souls Of Mischief, Myka Nyne, 2Mex, Cadence Weapon, Sister Crayon, Blue Sky Black Death, Sims of Doomtree, Ceschi, iCON The King, Blueprint, Phife Dog, Blu & Exile, Astronautilus, and many others. Over the years, he would work on collaborative efforts such as Sitcalm, ARDAPLUS (Ardamus and Double Plus), A Day In The Life Of Modern Living (Ardamus and The Metaphysical, Ingelside Collective, The Glass Is Half Full Of (Ardamus and Scottie Royal), The Square Pyramid (Ardamus, Infinito 2017, Kiza Beats) and FAR EXP. Through it all, Ardamus still finds the time to drop solo projects like the full-length, When Nothing Goes Right Right, and the mixtape, When Everything Goes Wrong. 
He is currently a managing partner of the music collective, Delegation Music, Inc,a s well as one of it’s flagship Artists and a member of the jazz/ hip hop/ bossa nova band, The Lucky So And So’s.
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