"Our mission is to resurrect the bass gods and have coochies popping worldwide," says Da $wap $hop Kid of his new project Death Jam Posse. Three dudes you may recognize as Bleubird, Jabrjaw, and Protoman have taken on entirely new personas: Young Lauderdale, Mr. Belvedere, and Da $wap $hop Kid. With this new endeavor, they promise lots of bass and nothing but fun. "A Death Jam party is pure unadulterated ratchetness," the rapper brags, "head-banging, twerking, moshing, puke, and blood. It's an experience. You will dance or die." Definitely start prepping early and well for a Death Jam party.
This new trio is dripping with 954 pride. They're even putting out their first release on Laser Wolf Records. That's right, the craft beer-centric watering hole isn't just a place to get silly on hops, the guys behind it, specifically Chris Bellus, are managing an imprint. "He helped us put the 7-inch out. He spent tens of thousands of dollars finding the right vinyl pressing plant that would transfer our bass properly to record. After six months of searching the globe, he finally found one. And at last, Death Wolf will be released," describes Da $wap $hop Kid.