And The Winner Is... Dell-P, "Election Day" (Freestyle)

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This past election day, Philadelphia's very own Dell-P ran for Hip-Hop office. By the sound of this record, we believe the polls were a landslide victory for the candidate.

"Life gets foul but never let em' knock u down. Remember, sky's the limit! Reach for the highest cloud." -Dell-P

 "I'm discussing some of the craziest topics on this new album. It's really exciting to be putting it out soon." - Dell P

"I'm discussing some of the craziest topics on this new album. It's really exciting to be putting it out soon." - Dell P

These were the words spoken from the podium on Nov.4th when Dell-P's newest single "Election Day" dropped to the masses. Many of his fans are eagerly awaiting his debut LP to drop, for obvious reasons, as this track will definitely satisfy their needs.

Running with the torch, Dell-P brings a classic touch back to modern day Hip Hop, and re sparks the musical flame the previous generation had ignited.

Using a classic J-Dilla instrumental, (which featured Nas) Dell-P speaks on a vast array of topics. From politics, African-american ethics to corrupt government policies and behaviors.

The candidate didn't sugar coat anything when delivering the bars needed to get the message across. Some may call it "conscious" music, while others may deem it to be honest. Whatever the take on this record, it hits the nail directly square center. And Dell-P doesn't disappoint in any way, shape or form.

 "It's a blessing to get the support from HYPEFRESH® on this record. Means a lot to tap into the readership with my music." - Dell P

"It's a blessing to get the support from HYPEFRESH® on this record. Means a lot to tap into the readership with my music." - Dell P

Discussing conditions of modern society:

"Times we livin in is tremblin', practically hell/

They outta line promoting genocide, planning we fail/"

Racial issues:

"They fear a black man who gotta strong voice/

So they glorify the trap, hope we make the wrong choice/"

The prison industry agenda:

Don't get hype about that fast money, slow up/

Every time they lock folk up, they stock go up/