The Doxxmen

Underground hip-hop duo outta Brooklyn, NY called The Doxxmen are raising hell with theil two-song demo. For the duration of the tape, Magnetic and Dunmar trade flows that oppose today's popular hardcore MC, dropping science instead of bodies. Inspired by the Five Percent doctrine, Magnetic rhymes: "Ruffnecks, go 'head and bust your calibers / I be busting arithmetic, geometry, and algebra." Their first release, "Magnetic Attrack", features a sample from the Stylistics' old-school hit "People Make the World Go Round" and more metaphor mathematics.
The second track, "Spontaneous Combustion", produced by Dunmar, James Azor (Refugee Camp), and newcomer Mark Richardson, is set off with a kazoo-sounding sample that paves the way for a hip-hop'notic drum pattern. Like the hook from Gang Starr's "DWYCK", The Doxxmen wreck the mike like a pimp pimps hoes.


The Doxxmen Discography Tracks

Singles & EPs

DX-001 The Doxxmen Magnetic Attrack / Spontaneous Combustion(12") A Little Phat Homeless Boy Production Inc. DX-001 US 1997 Sell This Version

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