Brooklyn Fever is the autobiographical tale of the Brooklyn native/rapper, Redeemed. Though Redeemed makes faith-based music, Brooklyn Fever is a track laced with reminders of the changes taking place in Brooklyn through gentrification and economic inequity in urban communities. Brooklyn Fever is celebratory in its style and upbeat bounce, however, it exposes the ills of a beautiful city which inevitably will push out the the very people that make the city great.
Brooklyn Fever has a dual meaning which stresses that Brooklyn is becoming a "hot" spot to live-- yet it is under fire for its natives with its skyrocketing cost of living. This song deals with the good, the bad, and the ugly of a city that millions of people call home!
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About the Curator - Doran Nelson
Doran Nelson Hailing from the Bronx, New York, upon hearing his first rap record, it was love at first listen. At a time when hip hop was still young, fresh and new he began DJing. Initially Inf began blending his father’s soul records with hip hop instrumentals purchased from the local record stores that his pocket change had become so familiar with. Now, amongst a neighbourhood following and growing demand, his freestyle mixes suddenly became valued. Spinning heads as well as records, before he knew it, Inf found himself hosting block parties, school dances, talent shows and as he proclaims “wherever there were people and music…so was I.”
Naturally,Doran's appreciation for authentic HipHop music has him in the mix of a lot of tastemakers depending on his distinctive taste for up & coming artist. Today doran is a dj over at www.dtfradio with partner and friend named Doggie Diamonds Tv which airs live every Wednesday night 7-9pm via tunein app under DTF RADIO.