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Sounds GOOD: Download 'My Dog' by Ceschi

Download a brand-new track by Ceschi and support the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.

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Ceschi Ramos, a longtime progressive hip-hop star, is a prolific and incredibly versatile musician. The New Haven, Connecticut-based singer-songwriter has produced an extensive catalog that combines rapid-fire rapping and melodic, guitar-driven indie rock. Along with his brother David, Ceschi runs Fake Four, a record label devoted to unorthodox and highly creative hip-hop sounds.
His latest, "My Dog," is part of a mammoth new animal-themed compilation album (66-tracks!) called Headhat for Cats. The project was organized and released by Headhat Records and Starving Raptors to support the efforts of the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals.
"In 2002 or 2003 I made this beat, and it made me miss my dog Rumba so much that I wrote this little ditty about her," Ceschi says. "In 2011, I revisited the song by re-recording my vocals with a good mic and playing a few more instruments on top of the beat. It's my favorite song from my upcoming album."
Stream "My Dog" above, then pay any amount to download it. Net proceeds will be donated to the New Hampshire Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals. Or support the NHSCPA by downloading the entire Headhat for Cats compilation for just $5.
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