Philadelphia-based Rapper Darko The Super Has Released His Latest Project, “Great White Buffalo”
Darko The Super, known for his distinct sound and diverse background, has released his latest project, “Great White Buffalo.” The album is a rework of Dean Friedman’s “Rumpled Romeo,” originally released 40 years ago this year. “Great White Buffalo” includes creative interpretations of songs from Dean’s 1981 masterpiece. Complete with reworked tracks like “Buy My Baby a Car,” renamed “Buy My Baby a Used Fiero on Craigslist,” and “Nookie in the Mail,” renamed “Nookie Through the Phone” to match the flavor of modern listeners. “Great White Buffalo” is an outstanding work of art with exquisite quality and innovative sounds that captivate listeners. Darko’s individuality and ingenuity will pave the way for him to build a solid foundation and influence in the music industry.
Darko The Super wrote his first song when he was only five years old. He first became interested in Dean Friedman after hearing Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti cover of his iconic hit “Ariel.” He then started scouring the original track, which quickly became his favorite song. It was then he got enticed with music, and from there, his journey to the creative process began that led to “Great White Buffalo.” The illustrious genius on the beats and the microphone is also the one behind “U Don’t Deserve This Beautiful Art” (UDDTBA), an indie label explicitly created for music lovers. Darko The Super has a unique singing style that sets him apart from other artists in his genre.