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Short Fuze & Uncommon Nasa Release Mr. Robot Themed Song, Generosity 


Generosity is inspired by Uncommon Nasa and Short Fuze's love of the Mr. Robot television series and what the show represents in it's message and it's art. This song isn't a play by play of any of the seasons of the show or what happens on them, but it's an attempt to get into the mind of people like Elliot, Darlene, Angela or the other characters. 

What if Elliot was a rapper/poet with something to say about how he found the world? This is that. The goal was to create a song that stands alone whether you've seen the show or not, while also paying some tribute to it. 

Season 3 ended on Wednesday, Net Neutrality ended on Thursday. and now this on Friday.  Enjoy it, while you can. 

A "Pay What You Want" Download with the Instrumental version is available at Bandcamp, it also streams on Youtube and Soundcloud


Short Fuze Unveils Tales From My Rap Life 

Short Fuze has unveiled a content feature on the site called, Tales From My Rap Life. It will be updated with stories from Short Fuze's career, ranging from stories from the road, recording and behind the scenes stuff giving insight on the recording process. You can read the first story called, That Time I Almost Died (Kind Of) At Yule Prog 2. Read here, enjoy!


Uncommon Nasa Releases Video For Gingerbread Hag 

Recently, Uncommon Nasa and Man Bites Dog Records dropped the video for Gingerbread Hag. Here is a description and quote from Nasa himself: 

Every song starts with an idea in someones head, some take longer than others to come to fruition. Gingerbread Hag is one of those songs. Somehow Uncommon Nasa's brain came up with an idea to make a rap song that was an inverse telling of the fable, Hansel & Gretel, told from the point of view of the old woman in the gingerbread house. When Nasa's critically acclaimed record, Written At Night, was being formulated it was finally time for the Gingerbread Hag to reveal herself to the world. Showing her face proudly during the thematic album's nightmare sequence was highly intentional. There were no better choices to share this exploration of the selfishness and privledge of children than Brzowksi on vocals and C-Money Burns on some chilling guitar licks. There was also no better place to shoot the visual representation of this idea then their wide open space of Portland, Maine. With that, hardened New Yorkers, Uncommon Nasa and director Mike Petrow piled into a car for the 5 hour trip North.

"What you are viewing is the result of an idea formed outside of the box and molded into a piece of art that hopefully sparks some thought and imagination. "-  Uncommon Nasa

You can cop the vinyl from Nasa's newly renovated site here


New Site Design 

Short Fuze has redesigned the site for the upcoming new year. It has a cleaner and easier to navigate look. As always, buy, listen or download music from Short Fuze & Uncommon Nasa or W.A.S.T.E.L.A.N.D.S. here. You see updated content in Video Of The Month, check interviews, album reviews, watch the video for Time And Space, browse photos and more. The will be a new feature launched soon. Enjoy, thank you for your support!


Short Fuze Featured On Uncommon Nasa's "Written At Night" 

Uncommon Nasa dropped the long awaited follow up to Halfway on Friday, August 4th.

Written At Night features heavy hitters like Open Mike Eagle, Guilty Simpson, Oh No, The Last Sons, billy woods, Quelle Chris and more.

The album is produced entirely produced by Uncommon Nasa and is available on Man Bites Dog Records.

In addition to the heavy hitters mentioned above, Short Fuze along with Bronze Nazareth is featured on the track, Gods Aim.

You can listen to the song here 

In addition to the stream, you can purchase the album on vinyl, digital download and cassette. Click the album cover below to purchase and listen.