Mach-Hommy and The God Fahim’s Notorious Dump Legends is finally available on streaming services for the first time.
The 12-track album was originally released in 2018 and features contributions from Earl Sweatshirt, Nicholas Craven, Sadhu Gold and The Architect. Notorious Dump Legends‘ arrival on streaming services follows the DSP releases of his past catalog, including Fete Des Morts, Bulletproof Luh, HBO (Haitian Body Odor) and Duck CZN: Chinese Algebra.
In addition to the release of Notorious Dump Legends, Mach-Hommy also announced a brand new, still-untitled album set to release on November 26. The forthcoming record will follow Pray For Haiti, which was named one of HYPEBEAST’s Best Albums of 2021… So Far. Ever since its release, the Haitian-American rapper has donated 20% of all proceeds from streaming, merch sales and live performances to the Pray For Haiti Trust Fund, which uses the money to finance computer science education — specifically coding — in Haiti.
“The language of tomorrow is coding, or software programming, and I want to see Haiti as a major player in the ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE global employment markets within the next 20-years. I want to help create a University that can train the new leaders of tomorrow.” Mach-Hommy said. “I want to help Haiti build a strong future with this contribution. I believe that we can make something happen, even if it’s brick by brick, and school by school. Imagine if every year one black celebrity adopted one school in Haiti. Shit would be a wrap.”
Stream Mach-Hommy and The God Fahim’s Notorious Dump Legends on Spotify and Apple Music, and stay tuned for the upcoming album.
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