Call To Confirm Colored Copies Are Still Available
SoundCloud sensation Third Daughter by Seattle hip-hop artist DoNormaal is finally available for the first time on vinyl. This 19-track project became a runaway success in the summer of 2017 when it was first released independently online and amassed accolades and Album-of-the-Year nods far and wide. Third Daughter has now been specially mastered for the vinyl format by Adam Gonsalves of Telegraph Mastering and comes pressed as a colored 2LP-set with original cover art by Los Angeles photographer Ivan Mršić and extensive liner notes written by DoNormaal's mom.
In her own words, DoNormaal describes Third Daughter as a fairy tale of "a quiet black princess held hostage by the internalized shame of the world." Indeed, few albums have as much to say about our present, turbulent times – these years of protests and rebellion, of identity, race, and responsibility. Blistering with confidence and clarity, this remarkable record demonstrates why DoNormaal is one of the brightest lights in hip-hop today.
"'Third Daughter' plays unlike anything else we've ever heard: the soundscape is a singular blend of hip-hop, grunge, nursery rhymes, layered melody, horror-core, electronica, and southern trap. In a single song, she'll worry about her sisters, bemoan the oppression of capitalism, examine her place in society as a woman of color, and fight her depression, all with a secret smile." – Vice
"One of Seattle's most electrifying talents. The music sways against DoNormaal's sometimes woozy, sometimes chant-like flow, against a backdrop of unpredictable rhythms and spacious, pensive beats." – KEXP
"'Third Daughter' is a special record, a crazy combination of psychotherapy and flexing. DoNormaal wins at games nobody else is playing." – Mass Appeal
• Colored 2LP-set
• Online streaming smash is finally available on vinyl for the first time
• Specially mastered for vinyl by Adam Gonsalves of Telegraph Mastering
• Extensive liner notes written by DoNormaal's mom
• Original cover art by Los Angeles photographer Ivan Mršić