Hawdwerk just dropped his limited edition “Call in Sick EP Deluxe”, a rerelease of the original Call In Sick EP, this time around, re-mixed and mastered by longtime creative partner FunkLogik. Known for his detail oriented raps and ability to verbally paint pictures; it’s nice to see Hawdwerk back with more food for thought. The EP is fused with seven tracks where he takes us on a ride though his hometown of West Covina, CA. He used his lyrical powers to break down some childhood memories and reminds us of his minimal yet grand lifestyle. On the project, he features Richard Wright, Poetik Force, Avi The Most Ill, Popula Pizz, and Namek with production by C-Ball, Kaleem Wasif and J. Bizness. The Deluxe EP comes nicely packaged with his CD, resume, postcard and a few more surprises, all inside a Cov Original stamped mini-manila folder. Hawdwerk has clearly been working. Be sure to listen and cop the limited edition Call In Sick EP Deluxe.
Today, Hawdwerk dropped the ‘I Don’t Need Much’ official video, off the Call in Sick EP Deluxe, which hits shelves tomorrow!. In it, he expresses his position and desire for a minimalist lifestyle. This release is right on time, following his latest single ‘M.E.’ and the More Peace tour with Blakface and Poetik Force. Blakface is on the back end of this project, Kaleem Sincere Wasif on the production and FunkLogik on the mix. You can listen to Hawdwerk along with Asiatic Rhythms on Soundwaves on KPFK 90.7 Saturday, Oct. 18 at 2AM.
For now, watch I Don’t Need Much official Video below and grab your copy of Call in Sick EP Deluxe.
Following the release of his mixtape ‘Searching Sylvan’ in September, the emcee delivers optimistic rhymes, promising pay back to the ones who believed since day one, with Jansport J on the production.
Stream ‘Back and More’ below and stay tuned for more from Quest and Jansport J.
Earlier this year, the Asiatic tribe dominated the conscious community by releasing a limited edition Asiatic University tee. Since then Funk Logik has been in the lab cooking up a whole collection of eclectic cut n sew garments from the collectives’ lifestyle brand EST. 3609, born from the supreme mathematics. With styles including tees, dashiki tops, jogger style bottoms, bomber jackets and other mix and match pieces, he plans on dropping the collection early 2015. The first pieces are available for purchase now!