Does the new album from Doberman Infinity abandon all their hip-hop roots?
Doberman Infinity had a very interesting career so far: they started out as Doberman Inc back in 2000 playing a very club-friendly, but still rather decent kind of hip-hop… stuff like this. They signed to LDH in 2008 and later on, in 2014 they changed their name to Doberman Infinity, had a few lineup changes and their sound started to slowly shift towards a different direction. And it seems that by now the transformation is complete and based on the previews they released for their new album, Off Road, coming out today, pretty much all the traces of their hip-hop roots are gone by now and are replaced by LDH’s trademark mixture of club tracks, pop tunes and ballads. But actually there is still some hope for some leftover hip-hop, as the preview only features the previously known tracks… so, we will just have to wait see. The album itself will be released in two versions, one with only the CD, that includes 12 tracks, with guests like rapper AK-69 and fellow LDH friends Crazyboy and Shokichi, and the Limited Edition will have an additional DVD, that comes with several music videos, plus a documentary movie.
06.Shatter (DOBERMAN INFINITY x AK-69)
07.untitled feat. EXILE SHOKICHI & CRAZYBOY
08.Butterfly Effect feat. Harumi Kusagaya
01.OFF ROAD THE MOVIE
02.OFF ROAD – Music Video
03.DO PARTY – Music Video
04.あの日のキミと今の僕に – Music Video
05.#PLAY – Music Video
06.Shatter (DOBERMAN INFINITY x AK-69) – Music Video