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Inside The Project: T-LOW “Data Never Dies”

Seattle’s T-LOW drops 10 track album Data Never Dies. Presented by Hip Hop collective Midnight Mindstate the album is a metaphorical representation of the idea that you’re the only person you can truly depend on and it’s up to you to get what you want out of life.
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How did you choose the title of your project?
The title of the project is a reflection of my mindset as an artist. It was an idea that came to me that would become this record. I feel fortunate enough to live in an era of information that can be freely distributed and in essence “never die” something I’d like to do personally as an artist, which is release something that I can always look back on and say that I accomplished.
Can you explain the story behind your artwork and who is the designer?
Misfit Yeager is the creator of the album art. It’s presented by the Midnight Mindstate, the hip hop collective who serves as the producer and engineer behind the record. The story behind the cover of the album relates to the concept behind the title. The image is a metaphorical representation of the idea that you’re the only person you can truly depend on and it’s up to you to get what you want out of life.
How long have you been working on this project?
This project has been in production for about a year. It started when T-Low and Misfit hooked up and discovered their mutual passion for hip-hop and a genuine desire to create unique music.
Where was it recorded?
This is an entirely D.I.Y. album and was recorded by the Mindstate in their home studio located in Thom Baum’s apartment. Principle recordings and mixes were done by Misfit Yeager and sent to Thom Baum to be mastered.
Who are the producers?
Principle production was by Misfit Yeager with co-production credits by Thom Baum on “Just Ballin'” and “Sick with a Flow”.
Who was featured?
Misfit Yeager and Thom Baum.
What is your favorite track?
“Just Ballin” and “Sick with a Flow” are both tied for favorite track. “I can’t pick just one, for real…”
Who would you thank for helping with this project?
1. Midnight Mindstate
2. Misfit Yeager
3. Thom Baum
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