In a painful five-year stretch, New York-based rapper and performer Timothy Dark lost his mother, godmother, father, beloved dog, his home, and he lost his job to Hurricane Sandy. The one thing he had left was his music—that’s what got him through those truly dark times. Now, he emerges soulfully triumphant with his latest opus, The Last Days Of Dark, a milestone album of healing through bravely confronting heartache.
The album’s first single, “The Future,” is classic banger conjuring the militancy of Public Enemy. Produced by longtime friend and collaborator Dan “The Band’ Policar (Sean Paul), “The Future” sees Timothy spitting a sinister flow over ominous guitars and moody soundscapes.
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