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Project Deadman Tickets

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Project Deadman is an intense Rapcore/Horrorcore group from the Midwest and is under the Strange Music Label (which is best known for Tech N9ne). Well known for its deep-rooted success in the music industry, Strange Music/M.S.C. Music have hand-picked yet another weapon of mass consumption; “PROJECT: DEADMAN”. M.S.C. Music CEO, Mark Cerami, (notorious co-founder of Priority Records), has played a role in the careers of artists such as, Dr Dre. Run DMC, ICE-CUBE, N.W.A., EAZY-E, MASTER P, and many more. M.S.C. has teamed with Strange Music (TECHN9NE, and motion picture “BEEF” soundtrack), to unleash the Midwest’s worst kept secret’ the debut release “Self Inflicted”, from PROJECT: DEADMAN which hit stores nationally on July 13th 2004. Consisting of members Mike E. Clark and Prozak, Project: Deadman is a super-group formed in 2003 from the Detroit area. Mike E. Clark’s legendary production skills have garnered him multiple gold and platinum success, producing artists like KID-ROCK, GEORGE CLINTON, PRIMAL SCREAM, and INSANE CLOWN POSSE. Clark also heads Detroit-based indie label B4 Records, and Edge One Studios. Rapper PROZAK’s acidic tongue has gotten him labeled the “Stephen King of Rap” by Murder Dog magazine, hes been in the Midwest underground rap scene for years recording, marketing, and performing with his former group BEDLAM. “Self Inflicted” contains 17 insanity-laden tracks drifting from industrial political screams, to slamming bass filled rhymes, along with ghostly morbid melody’s, this rock/rap duo are sure to catch a wide variety of followers. The album features special guest appearances by the Kansas City King TECH N9NE, Flint, Michigan’s BREED, and THE DAYTON FAMILY, as well as Detroit’s own KING GORDY. Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.