MC Lars & Mega Ran – 1984 featuring B. Dolan | Video

MC Lars & Mega Ran – 1984 featuring B. Dolan | Video

Mega Ran and MC Lars have dropped the first video for the track ‘1984’ from their new collaboration ‘The Dewey Decibel System’.

The Dewey Decibel System finds Mega Ran and MC Lars joining forces for a concept album from which the source material is drawn from notable works of literature.

This first single from the release, due out on June 7th, takes inspiration from George Orwell’s dystopian classic ‘1984’.

In a recent interview with Mega Ran and MC Lars at the final show of their U.K tour, the pair were enthusiastic about the project, in particular the number of fantastic artists that they had been able to work with on the project. Watch the full interview below.

B. Dolan provides guest vocals on ‘1984’, the iconic indie rapper, and force behind Strange Famous records, is also busy promoting his ‘Epic Beard Men‘ collaboration with Sage Francis.

About MC Lars | Northern California rapper, MC Lars, recently released his 4th full-length studio album, the Zombie Dinosaur LP. He has returned home to the Bay Area after living in Los Angeles these past three years, and is self-producing his new album with help from friends in Berkeley and San Francisco.

About Mega Ran | When LA Weekly said that Ran’s “fanbase and niche audiences are growing at a rate not seen since Tech N9ne,” they meant it. A former middle school teacher, Mega Ran (formerly Random) blends education, hip-hop and gaming in amazing new ways, penetrating the farthest reaches of the galaxy with his unique rhyme style and electric performances.

Will Harrison

About the author | Will Harrison

Founder of The Unheard Nerd. A husband and father of two girls, Will is a fan of Nerdcore Hip-Hop, a comics fiend, a podcast host and champion of independent nerd culture. | Follow will on twitter: @TheUnheardNerd

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