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19 May, 2010 7:28 am

Declaime has been a featured west coast artist for about 10 years now. His resume includes collaborations with the Likwit Crew; debuting on the Alkaholiks second album;Coast II Coast and with Lootpack on Soundpieces: Da Antidote. Straying away from the singing and harmonies associated with his alias, Dudley Perkins, Declaime brings us his latest; Fonk. [cont.]

4 May, 2010 3:02 pm

After a couple pre-album goodies, Declaime is back with another leak off his album, FONK, in celebration of today’s release date. “Declaime MC,” his latest track, stays true to the artist’s eclectic style starting with a sporadic and bizarre intro, ironically featuring cowbell, and finally leading to all pieces falling together as Declaime enters, “Now [cont.]

21 April, 2010 1:19 am

In preparation of his upcoming release, Declaime is proud to release the second leak off his album FONK, entitled “Gangsta.” True to Declaime’s self-proclaimed style, the track overflows with off-kilter effects and a swelling electro-synth line that challenges a ghostly piano melody. Producer Quazedelic, whose accolades include projects with George Clinton and Snoop Dogg, balances [cont.]

13 April, 2010 4:13 am

Fresh off the release of the most recent Georgia & Declaime album, SomeOthaShip, Declaime aka Dudley Perkins is preparing the release of his latest solo album as one of two initial releases from Georgia Anne Muldrow’s and Declaime’s own label, SomeOthaShip Connect. The album, titled FONK, will be available digitally as well as on CD [cont.]

11 March, 2010 12:03 pm

Gonna let Michelle McDevitt speak on this one. Her words are far more eloquent. The f0nk duo, Georgia & Declaime, has busied themselves with the delivery of another single off their album, SomeOthaShip. Featuring Kazi and produced by Black Milk, the song “SomeOthaShip Connect Game” delivers on beats that Declaime AKA Dudley Perkins just couldn’t [cont.]

3 April, 2007 12:00 am

   When J Rawls linked up with Declaime in Las Vegas, it almost became apparent that the two should work on a project together. Coupling Dudley’s spaced out rhymes with Rawls’ underappreciated, soulful production, could turn out to be the equivalent of a Vegas lounge show. So to those two, who spent a week together [cont.]

7 November, 2004 12:00 am

     All Declaime has ever wanted was peace in the world. As time has passed, it has become evident that Declaime is a completely different breed of emcee. One who never really talks about himself, one who is lighthearted in style, but serious in his ways.  While running the underground circuit next to the collective known as [cont.]

1 January, 2001 12:00 am

 Moderation. Something many hip-hop artists don’t fully grasp the scope and importance of. On a few levels moderation plays a vital part in the end result of Declaime’s full length debut (and follow-up to maxi-EP Illmindmuzik, Andsoitsaid. There’s the Madlib factor; a dominant, if not strong selling point of this LP. Producing 23 of the [cont.]

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