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"AG Music Magazine"

[Damage Recordings]

“Make It Ill” Remix
“Enter The Zone”

The Indikator always comes correct when he drops tracks and these samples are no different. They’re aimed at an audience raised on the radio, but not completely absorbed in rap industry culture.

The Indikator’s underground sound rocks the parties with basic beats and a steady cadence and lyrics the grew from Philly’s battle MC history. It’s old school style that sounds modern. A real party rocker. - K-C Bajai

"Indikating rhymes by Damon Williams"

Longtime readers of this column are familar with with the works of David Fuller aka "The Indikator." After all it was he who stole the spotlight with his nice freshman set "And The Winner Is..." Now...he has regrouped and teamed up with a hot producer to compose some of his hottest work to date, which will be heard on his forthcoming release "Remain Calm."

"I wanted to be more lyrical on this one." Indikator said....The difference can be heard from the gate, with producer Robert "soul X" Hutnyk's soundscapes providing the perfect running mate to Indikator's diverse lyrics. - Philadelphia Daily News

"Seventh Anniversary Issue AG Magazine"

There's no Parental Advisory to be found on the cover of Indikator's "And The Winner Is..." CD. That's not due to any oversight on the part of Damage Recordings, noor is this gifted rhyme-smith trying to put anything over on the consumer. Indikator can kick a verse without relying on the offensive language, put downs and the normal bling blingisms that dominate the radio. This isn't to say you won't catch a four leter word now in again, just not in a gratuitous context.

How does this Philly based rapper manage to row against the current that celebrates materialism, unbridled promiscuity and the images of women as sluts and hoe's? Simple, he's running his own show. Indikator writes, produces and owns his label, and thus controls his destiny. The talent he's gathered to realize this long awaited collection, Illadelph Incorporated partners Majic & Kelli B., are like minded. The team's cohesive beats and rhythms compliment the consciousness of Indikator's lyrics. The CD draws you in with a subtle lyrical delivery that hints at religious knowledge but overall it's more spiritual and optimistic. The Indikator believes that "good" will triumph over "bad." "Lovelost" the one minute soliloquy says as much about Indikator's faith and optimism as the realization of this project. - The Indikator by Max Praxis


Singles: "What I Write"-1998, "Smooth As I..."-2001, & "Enter The Zone"-2003
EPs: "The Vision"-1994
LPs: "And The Winner Is..."-2001, "Remain Calm"-2004, "Bring Ya Skillz mixtape volume 1"-2004


Feeling a bit camera shy


Indikator has returned to what hip hop culture & rap music are supposed to be about: beats and rhymes. With his conscious approach, he sets the tone with critical thought and displays true lyricism as opposed to just "rappin' on the mic." Many listeners have said his delivery and subject matter remind them of what hip hop should be. Indikator states his influences as Rakim, Nas, Mos Def, Talib Kweli, Kanye West, Jadakiss & GangStarr.