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PPT - Denglish - A State of Mind

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Track Listing:

1. Intro
2. Masterbook Theater
3. Dallas Got That Soul
4. Who’s That Girl?
5. Jubilee (‘til the sunlight) Feat. Amy
Curnow & Chucky Sly
6. Save It For Another Day
7. Love Crimes feat. Cory Watson
8. Drive 2 Rochester Park
9. Dallas Lady
10. American Weirdo feat. Glen Reynolds
11. God Save the “D”
12. Denglish Muffins feat. Money Waters,
Mojoe & Thesis
13. Daydream
14. Electricity
15. Higher feat. The Aeonz
16. To Me Mum feat. Bavu Blakes
17. Coming Back


Denglish Film, Music videos, interviews and bionus footage.


“This trio of rapper / producers Picnic, Pikahsso, and Tahiti pull off what most hip-hop veterans can’t: They talk about getting older without getting boring.
Their music falls somewhere between Stankonia-era Outkast and post-Purple Rain Prince, evenly pleasing the backpacker types and the cats who just want a little heavy funk. They’re ballers too: PPT wrote the official song for the Dallas Mavericks’ playoff run, Rowdy, Loud and Proud”. SPIN

“A soulful hip-hoppy romp through the perils and peaks of relationships.” URB

“Fans of feel-good hip-hop a la Outkast will be pleased”. OKAYPLAYER.COM

“Blending the loose-limbed intellectualism of De La Soul's classic 3 Feet High and Rising with the soul vibe of Jurassic 5 and topping it with the infectious energy of the Three Stooges.” Fort Worth Star Telegram

PPT swims upstream in the raging Dirty South river, doing their own thing, their own way, with disco beats filled with cowbells, funky synth lines utilizing jazzy drums, and intelligent lyrics flowing in well-crafted rhymes. Houston Chronicle

“I Love PPT. Those cats are soulful, skillful and best of all silly. Imagine what would happen if Cee-Lo Green, Fat Lip from The Pharcyde and Raphael Saadiq spent a night watching Weird Al videos and reruns of a different world, goofing out and singing and you get some sense of the madness that is a PPT show. It’s funky fresh and possibly most importantly, hipster friendly in the least pretentious way possible. In the post Gnarls Barkley era on hip hop / indie fusion, PPT has a real shot at something big.” Austin American Statesman

“Dallas artists Picnictyme, Pikahsso and Tahiti’s first release Tres Monos In Love breaks their own ground on the right side of the game, credit for this can be given largely to producer Picnictyme, who doesn’t “make beats” – he writes entire musical compositions. Each of his tracks stands on it’s own as a complete song, dynamic and catchy as hell. And PPT lays on vocal fun, emceeing about love and all it’s phases, If PPT keeps working this hard, these 3 cats will undoubtedly write Dallas onto the Hip Hop Map.” Verbicide