Dilated Peoples - Directors of Photography

Posted 2 years ago

They have released four acclaimed albums, toured extensively and enjoyed sustained success as solo artists. Now, after an eight-year hiatus, Dilated Peoples returns with Directors of Photography, their debut album under the Expansion Team/Rhymesayers Entertainment banner.

Follow-up to 2006's 20/20, the album comes on the heels of two Booth-acclaimed singles, "Good as Gone" and the Aloe Blacc-assisted "Show Me the Way." Throughout the set, emcees Evidence and Rakaa are also joined on the mic by Catero, Gangrene, Krondon, Sick Jacken and Vince Staples.

Directors of Photography is available for stream via Pandora.

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