About Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr
Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr are an eccentric "indie-pop" outfit hailing from Detroit, Michigan, consisting of frontmen Joshua Epstein and Daniel Zott as well as keyboardist Jon Visger and drummer Mike Higgins. Despite their labelling, they're very much engaged in the rap game as well. Since forming like Voltron in 2009 and securing a record deal with Warner Bros., the group has released three EPs (Horse Power, My Love Is Easy: Remixes Pt. 1 and We Almost Lost Detroit) and two albums (It's a Corporate World and The Speed of Things), having collaborated with the likes of Slim (of 112), Chuck Inglish, Asher Roth, MURS, Tunde Olaniran, Quelle Chris, Self Says, King Chip and more. The last we heard of them was the free project Produce Vol. 1, which dropped in early February 2014 and featured most of those mentioned above. Stay tuned for updates on their career, and hit up daleearnhardtjrjr.com for more details.
- Nate Dogg is a major source of inspiration for Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr.
- The duo met while contributing to other music projects throughout Detroit.
- Dale Earnhardt Jr Jr started recording music in member Daniel Zott's basement in Royal Oak, Michigan.
- The group's name was chosen as a way of further distinguishing their crazy, limitless sound.
- The real Dale Earnhardt Jr., a stock car racer like his father before him, digs the band.
- Horse Power (EP)2010
- We Almost Lost Detroit (EP)2011
- It's a Corporate World2011
- The Speed of Things2013
- My Love Is Easy: Remixes Pt.1 (EP)2010