Supply For Demand is the latest release from producer/DJ/MC, Damu The Fudgemunk. The title is a nod to his growing and loyal fanbase, whom this album caters to. Following the successful release of Damu's critically acclaimed instrumental LP, How It Should Sound (April 2010), Damu & Redefinition Records felt it was only right to quickly return with new music, designed to satisfy his current audience while converting new listeners with some unexpected content. Damu's full capability is on display here; from his intricate scratching sections, to his signature sonic arrangements. While Damu is commonly known as a quiet & reserved character, the album's high light is surely "DC Joint," which finds Damu stepping out of his usual comfort zone to act as virtual tour guide; effortlessly rapping in detail about the realities, highlights & lowlights experienced within his hometown of Washington DC. The beat is not jazzy, the rhymes are not typical Damu fodder, but somehow it all just works out perfectly. Supply is also home to "Don't Do It," a song which features his fellow Y Society group member, Insight, on the mic. "Dont Do It" is the first Y Society song the group has released since their 2007 debut LP, Travel At Your Own Pace.