Daemon Toasts To A Life Of Reality With Release Of ‘Three Years Sober’ Video

St. Louis emcee Daemon presents the Digital Co-Op-directed video for “Three Years Sober”, his new single produced by Troglodyte The Neanderthal. “Three Years Sober” continues a string of releases from Daemon as of late, including “Comfortable” (Youtube), “ROTN Inertia” (Youtube), “Credit Check” (Youtube), “Elevation” (Youtube) and “Vader” (Youtube). Daemon marries a golden-era hiphop pedigree with a trailblazing spirit, routinely weaving genres as disparate as EDM, trap and grunge into the mix. Daemon has collaborated with artists like Killer Mike, DJ Shadow and Trackstar The DJ of Run The Jewels. Daemon’s work has been featured on Netflix (“Inventing Anna,” “Daybreak,” and “Work It”), FOX (“Ghosted”), Starz (“Power”), ads for Mini Cooper and Sephora, and TBS (on the Jordan Peele produced “The Last O.G.”). His track “Turn the World Around” was featured in Xbox exclusive Forza Horizon 5. Earthworms’ last full-length release was 2022’s Garden In The Ruins (Spotify). “When my girl died, I drank…a lot,” Daemon says about his new track. “I did the most drugs. THE. MOST. Same thing happened when my mom got hurt, when my brother got shot, and when my dad got cancer. Three years ago, I realized that I was using hardships to justify being an addict. This record is a meditation on who I was and a celebration of the person I am trying to be. Here’s to three years sober.” “3 Years Sober” is out now on BLK BREAKFAST.

Yoel Molina Law

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