Agallah Don Bishop & Duke Westlake

3-Day Theory

(The Order Label)

Release date: Jan 27, 2017

Introducing 3-Day Theory, an incisive new release on The Order Label by rap icon Agallah Don Bishop and inventive producer Duke Westlake. Classic flow and creative rhythms dominate the album, which is sliced through with sophisticated wordplay and excellent production.

3-Day Theory brings together two artists well known in the game. Agallah Don Bishop aka "Agallah the Don" has been captivating audiences since the mid-1990s, creating an illustrious rap and production career with a long list of collaborators: Busta Rhymes, KRS-One, Big Daddy Kane, Eminem, RZA, Wu-Tang, Big Pun, The Alchemist, and many others. From the single “Ghetto Girl” to his work with The Diplomats and Purple City, his music has been a continuous force in the industry. Duke Westlake has produced several releases for acclaimed indie-rap label Mello Music Group, including the Gravel EP, singles featuring Rapper Big Pooh, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Akil The MC (Jurassic 5) and the album Re-Turn.

Together, Agallah Don Bishop and Duke Westlake have crafted an album of clarity and substance. 3-Day Theory unveils itself over ten tracks of serious boom bap hip-hop, resulting in a potent combination of sharp rhyme deliveries over glorious production. “Salvador Dali” sets up the smooth flow of the album, transfixing the listener in an effortless audio current. “Sit With The Winners” shoves the vibe off-kilter, while Spliff Hemingway adds a steady dose of poetic drama to “The Ill Blend.”

Mesmerizing streams of music and lyrics roll thick inside a hazy, surreal world. Tracks heave, flip, and surprise with raw edges and gripping moments. Teeth sink in. Children stare. Beats lean back and rhymes converge into a new idea: 3-Day Theory.

Track Listing

  1. 1. Intro
  2. 2. Salvador Dali
  3. 3. Sit with the Winners
  4. 4. Proper
  5. 5. Marlon Brando
  6. 6. The Ill Blend (SPKNWRD)
  7. 7. Woke up in Hell
  8. 8. Children in the Street
  9. 9. What Would It Be
  10. 10. The 3 Day Theory