“This song is about the rough parts of Scarborough and other Toronto neighborhoods. Areas that some or many, wouldn’t be caught dead in, unless they were, actually dead.” – Undetectable Bomber
Undetectable Bomber comes with a morning growl and a point to prove while rapping his verse. Director Joe Cash shows us all once again why he is great at what he does with his creative approach for the song’s video. Death Notes is available for free download through Bandcamp and the official video can be streamed on YouTube. Lots more from Undetectable Bomber will be coming out this summer, so keep your eyes peeled.
Directed & Edited By: Joe Cash
Mastered By: Undetectable Bomber
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Bio: Undetectable Bomber
Undetectable Bomber is a hip hop artist, video director, and audio engineer. In his hometown of Toronto, he was introduced to hip hop at a young age. Influenced by many New York artists/groups such as Wu Tang Clan, Mobb Deep & Gangstarr, he began writing at the age of 17. What started off as jotting down lyrics to beats, that were owned by artists he looked up to, he decided to invest into his own projects.
Having exclusive production in his pocket from the likes of Think and Vherbal, to Vokab & 2 Deep, Bomber is sitting on a wide variety of hip hop. As a cinematographer, he has done work for the likes of Rakim, Onyx, King Of The Dot, Tragedy Khadafi, Kool G Rap, Yung Lean & Many More. His love for cinematography grows as he continues to work with fellow camera man/musician/actor Joe Cash. Together, the two continue to provide viewers with visuals for music videos, live events, and weddings.
Undetectable Bomber’s newest release is a remix to Smothered Mate which is a beat that DJ Muggs produced for GZA in 2005. The official audio is now available on Bandcamp for free download/purchase and the official video is on YouTube.