HOUSE OF BEES VOL​.​2

by B Dolan

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Dan Bullock
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Dan Bullock A very original artist who interacts with his fans and appreciates them. Favorite track: WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?.
Dragos Costache
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Dragos Costache B Dolan is one of the best live acts I've ever seen and I don't say that lightly. His music carries the thick inflexions of the Occupy generation, a strong activist streak and a heavy dose of class A not giving a fuck. And while the music stands on its own it is brought out and enriched by Dolan's powerful showmanship. His screwing around on stage, penchant for remixes featuring popular music (Dolan's 50 Ways/ Paper Planes Remix is still one of my favourite tracks ever) make his shows must see. Favorite track: COME TO JAMAICA (THE LOST VERSE).
OriginalSoulboy
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OriginalSoulboy Because he's a man that knows about the roots of hip-hop, his lyrics and flow are terrific. And he was very funny live when I saw him with Sage Francis (one of them was the best man for the other) Favorite track: WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?.
Aggie Ninepence
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Aggie Ninepence This man embodies so much of what drew me to Hip Hop and Folk - a protest singer in the oldest, newest and best traditions who knows which side he's on. Favorite track: TIN SOLDIERS.
Liam McShane
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Liam McShane Always liked B Dolan, and I feel that this mixtape is his best work. Having seen "Which side are you on?" live when he toured with Scroobius Pip, I knew there was some potential for this album to be great. Favorite track: WHICH SIDE ARE YOU ON?.
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Adding to what’s already been an incredible summer for indie rap, Dolan and UK mixmaster Buddy Peace present 60 minutes of finely crafted material to shatter all expectations conjured by the word ‘mixtape’. House of Bees v.2 instead uses the lost art and it’s unconstrained format to return Dolan to his roots as an emcee, and seems to combine the raw honesty of 2008′s The Failure with the impeccable execution and bombastic feel of 2010′s Fallen House, Sunken City.

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released June 12, 2012

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B Dolan Providence, Rhode Island

Shapeshifter. Road Dog. Writes Better. Raps Hahdah.

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