New Jersey-based rapper and producer Mach-Hommy has released his new song, “D’Paramountcy“, off his new project, “Dump Gawd: Triz Nathaniel.”
“Dump Gawd: Triz Nathaniel” is a 4-track extended play (EP) by Mach-Hommy released exclusively via the rapper’s official website for $222.
Mach-Hommy became a cult figure through his tireless work ethic and the sheer quality of his work as well as his elusiveness. His dense, tightly wound lyrics, loaded with deadpan one-liners, are heavily related to the social and political history of his Haitian heritage.
Mach-Hommy often raps in Kreyol, and a Haitian flag folded into a bandana obscures his face nearly every time he is photographed. He is highly protective of his art, forbidding lyric sites to post transcriptions of the words to his songs, and he charges hundreds and even thousands of dollars for his releases, most of which aren’t available on streaming services.
Nevertheless, he earned a dedicated following as under-the-radar releases like 2016’s H.B.O. (Haitian Body Odor) and 2017’s The Gat… emerged as cult favorites, and collaborations with the likes of Earl Sweatshirt, DJ Muggs, and the Alchemist expanded his profile.
Hommy released nearly a dozen projects in 2017, including three Dollar Menu releases with Fahim, Dump Gawd: Hommy Edition, Dumpmeister, The G.A.T…, and EPs with Knxwledge and Earl Sweatshirt. 2018 brought Bulletproof Luh, on British label Bad Taste Records, as well as several additional releases with Fahim. Two collaborations with DJ Muggs, Tuez-les Tous and Kill Em All, appeared on the Cypress Hill member’s Soul Assassins Records in 2019.
Hommy’s EP Wap Kon Jòj! was released by Nature Sounds, with appearances from Quelle Chris, the Alchemist, and Navy Blue. Full-length Mach’s Hard Lemonade appeared in 2020, featuring many of the same contributors.
Hommy reconciled with Griselda and released Pray for Haiti, executive produced by Westside Gunn, in 2021. Focusing on Haiti’s cultural and political history more than Hommy’s past releases, the album was among the year’s most acclaimed and brought the rapper’s music to a wider audience. Later in the year, he collaborated with Kaytranada on the song “$payforhaiti,” then released another well-received album, Balens Cho (Hot Candles).
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