Passage (rapper)

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Passage
Birth name David Bryant
Born Boston, Massachusetts
Origin Oakland, California
Genres Alternative hip hop
Occupation(s) Rapper, Producer
Years active 2000–present
Labels Anticon
Associated acts Restiform Bodies, Brothers Backword, Bat Rays
Website www.anticon.com

David Bryant, better known by his stage name Passage, is an alternative hip hop artist based in Oakland, California. He is a member of Restiform Bodies along with Bomarr and Telephone Jim Jesus.[1]

History[edit]

Passage released his official debut album, The Forcefield Kids, on Anticon in 2004.[2]

He is also a member of Brothers Backword along with Mike Busse.[3] The duo released the Stupid Intelligent mixtape in 2009.[4]

Discography[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Passage
Restiform Bodies (Passage with Bomarr & Telephone Jim Jesus)
Brothers Backword (Passage with Mike Busse)
  • Malfunction (2010) [unreleased][6]

EPs, mixtapes, compilations, singles[edit]

EPs
  • The Holy Phony Haunt (2004)
  • Pass Money Multi (2008)
  • Pass and Touch (Marathon of Dope, 2011)
Mixtapes
  • Stupid Intelligent (2009) (Brothers Backword)
Remix albums
  • TV Loves You Back: Remixes (2013) (Restiform Bodies)
Compilations
  • The B-Side Suicide Pageant (2002)
  • Newbliette (Subversiv Rec, 2004) (Restiform Bodies)
Singles
  • "I Want What You Want / Recycle America" (Weapon-Shaped, 2003) (Restiform Bodies)
  • "Creature in the Classroom" (Anticon, 2004)

Appearances[edit]

Guest appearances
Featured tracks

References[edit]

External links[edit]