The ever-elusive emcee, Mach-Hommy, has done a great job of separating himself from his hip-hop contemporaries. Cementing his space as more of an avant-garde fine artist as he withheld his music from streaming services, selling his albums as CDs on his website for upwards of $300 a copy.
The Newark, New Jersey emcee surprised fans on Wednesday (November 3) as he officially released one of his most celebrated bodies of work to streaming services. Mach-Hommy’s Notorious Dump Legends is now available to the public after exclusively dropping the project as a physical copy on his website in 2018.
The project is a collaboration between himself and Atlanta emcee and producer Tha God Fahim. The project features contributions from Earl Sweatshirt, Eric The Architect, Nicholas Craven, and Sadhu Gold.
In addition to Notorious Dump Legends being released to the public, Mach-Hommy announced a brand new, still-untitled album set to release on November 26. This project comes after the Westside Gunn executive produced Pray For Haiti, released earlier this year. This would be the ninth project from the Griselda camp to be released this year, as each member consistently dropped two or more solo projects throughout the year.
Be sure to stream Mach-Hommy’s Notorious Dump Legends, now available on all streaming services, and stay tuned for more news on his forthcoming studio album.