Ceschi Ramos launches a multiversed rap trilogy masterpiece with Sad, Fat Luck. The full length, “never supposed to happen” album with producer Factor Chandelier draws on lyrics based in confronting, specific citings of previous triumphs and despairs experienced both together, and apart, which is something seemingly woven in the very fibers of their dynamic collaborations…
So many incredible artists come together and make something with Sad, Fat Luck. With a backing band and surprisingly spine numbing features with other visionaries, including a real druzy of the heart with Astronautalis… Unprecedented. The album artwork is also nothing short of extraordinary, thanks to the bandwidth of foresight in the creations of Andy McAlpine. @andymcalpinedesign
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“On Sad, Fat Luck, their second collaborative full-length, rapper/singer Ceschi Ramos and producer Factor Chandelier have condensed three years of heavy touring, profound loss, and late stage capitalism polemics into a 13-track album.
While driving on the autobahn manically throttled on espresso during a tour with cult rapper Serengeti, Ceschi put on a beat that Factor had sent him out of the blue. Factor has a history of gently nudging a vocalist towards a specific sound he’s after, and this was one of those cases as Ceschi found inspiration for the title track flying solo 200 km/h across the German highway. Sad, Fat Luck was the song, and album, he had to make in the wake of the type of high-grade personal hell that makes you wonder if you’re living in a simulation. “They’re watching me hang myself for rounds of applause,” he laments over a pristine, propulsive Factor beat. “