Dudley Perkins

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Dudley Perkins is an American rapper and singer from Oxnard, California. He has released records on Stones Throw Records under his own name and the alias of Declaime.[1]

His first two albums under the name of Dudley Perkins, A Lil' Light and Expressions (2012 A.U.) were produced by Madlib. His upcoming album features production from Flying Lotus, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Portformat and Oh No. He has made frequent other collaborations with his partner Georgia Anne Muldrow, releasing a collaborative album with her as G&D in 2007, and as Ms. One.

SomeOthaShip Connect[edit]

Together, Dudley Perkins and Georgia Anne Muldrow founded the independent record label, SomeOthaShip Connect,[2] which they continue to own and operate. The label has released the works of the pair (both individually and together under the name G&D), as well as the works of Darryl Moore, Rickie BB, Riff Raff and others. The label, aligned loosely with the LA Beats Scene, also features visual art (namely album covers) produced by its founders and associated artists.[3]

Discography[edit]

Dudley Perkins[edit]

  • A Lil' Light (2003)
  • It's the Dank & Jimmy Show (2005 released in Japan, 2007 in USA with J. Rawls)
  • Expressions (2012 A.U.) (2006)
  • Holy Smokes (2009)
  • Dr. Stokley (2013)

Declaime[edit]

  • Illmindmuzik EP (1999)
  • Andsoitisaid (2001)
  • MadMen (2003)
  • Conversations with Dudley (2004)
  • Astormsacomin (2008 Japan Only Release)
  • Muzikillmind EP (2009 Asfalt Records)
  • Whole Wide World EP (with Flying Lotus) (2009)
  • Fonk (2010)
  • Dr.Shrooman (2010)
  • Self Study (2011)

G&D (with Georgia Anne Muldrow)[edit]

  • Message Uni Versa (2007)
  • Beautiful Mindz (Mixtape with DJ 2Tall) (2008)
  • Heaven Or Hell EP (2010)
  • SomeOthaShip (2010)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Birchmeier, Jason. "Declaime - Music Biography, Credits and Discography". AllMusic. Retrieved 2013-06-01. 
  2. ^ "SomeOthaShip Connect". Someothaship.com. Retrieved 2013-06-01. 
  3. ^ Perkins, Dudley. "CMJ.COM: DECLAIME LOOKS WITHIN FOR NEW ALBUM ‘SELF STUDY’". SomeOthaShip Connect (originally CMJ). Retrieved 2013-03-14. 

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