DMX Krew

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About DMX Krew

Edward Upton's myriad recordings as DMX Krew encompass numerous styles, nearly all of them rooted in the electro innovations of the 1980s. Throughout the second half of the '90s, he released several albums that faithfully emulated his old-school hip-hop and new romantic influences, culminating in the catchy, freestyle-inspired pop songs of 1999's We Are DMX. While these records seemed cheeky, playful, or ironic, they were created out of sincere appreciation for Upton's influences, and placed him at the forefront of the '90s electro revival. During the 2000s, he drifted away from vocal-based tunes and embraced a more cerebral sound in on releases such as Wave Funk (2009). His prolific output during the 2010s branched out in several other directions, from the braindance of 2017's Strange Directions to countless singles and EPs that explored acid house, bleep techno, electro-funk, and more. 2022's Party Life was a return to vocal-driven dance-pop.

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