Part Time Cooks have returned from their momentum-building 2017, which saw them signing with South Korea’s hottest hip-hop label Vis Major while dropping a flurry of singles. Their upcoming release of “Dope Dealer” serves a delicious appetizer from their upcoming EP, Sacrifices, due out in February.
“Dope Dealer” gives a little taste of everything Part Time Cooks have to offer. A range of delivery styles, from Black Moss’s seamless transitions from Zulu to English, to Saul Goode’s far-from-monotone verse, combined with lyrically substantial authentic vulnerability, “Dope Dealer” flashes an insight into the theme of Sacrifices.
Consistent high-grade execution has helped put these former overseas English teachers on the top of the radar, helping bring out and perform with industry staples Well$, G Yamazawa, Anderson .Paak, Wiz Khalifa, Raheem Kemet, and J-Live. Part Time Cooks reflect the power of teamwork in an increasingly every-man-for-themselves based world. The hard working crew continue to make waves across Asia, The United States, and South Africa, bringing hip-hop culture to the masses.
Sacrifices will be the band’s first collection of songs to be released following up their collaboration with SoulChef, 7:30, following the industry-friendly single-heavy transitional year of 2017. The band has been busy working hard, and with a lot of upcoming music and videos simmering on the backburner, 2018 is set to pay dividends for PTC.
Stream Dope Dealer below.