Pharoahe Monch is releasing the third and final installment to his bullet trilogy called “Damage.” Monch first addressed the tragedy of gun violence on 1994′s “Stray Bullet” and followed it up with “When The Gun Draws” in 2007.
Socially prophetic and politically relevant, “Damage” cribs a line from LL Cool J’s “Mama Said Knock You Out” and chronicles the tragedy of inner city killings and mass murder. The track, produced & mixed by Lee Stone, is the lead track off Pharoahe Monch’s upcoming digital-ep ‘P.T.S.D.’ (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) out late Fall on W.A.R. Media / Duck Down Music Inc.
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