Stream Aesop Rock & Tobacco’s New Album Malibu Ken

This post was originally published on this site

Aesop-Rock-and-Tobacco-Malibu-KenWay back in 2008, idiosyncratic indie-rap legend Aesop Rock teamed up with far-out synth-gloop producer Tobacco, one half of former Aesop Rock tourmates Black Moth Super Rainbow, on a song called “Dirt.” Now, more than a decade later, the two have teamed up to release a full collaborative album called Malibu Ken. And … More »

DaBaby Is 2019’s Funniest, Scariest Rapper

This post was originally published on this site

DaBabyCharlotte rapper DaBaby looks at his phone, and there is a video of a woman’s butt on it. DaBaby gets so fired-up about this that he drives his pickup truck off of a cliff. While the truck is falling, DaBaby is dancing. The truck crashes, exploding into a crude special-effects fireball, but DaBaby is just … More »

Malibu Ken (Aesop Rock & TOBACCO) – “Corn Maze” Video

This post was originally published on this site

Malibu-Ken-Corn-Maze-VideoLast month, Aesop Rock and Black Moth Super Rainbow’s Tobacco announced a collaborative project under the name Malibu Ken. The pairing goes a long way back — they’ve been kicking around this idea ever since they toured together over a decade ago. Now, it’s finally come to fruition. We already heard a preview by way … More »

The Two Competing Dipset Reunions

This post was originally published on this site

DipsetIn the past few days, an image has been showing up on my Twitter feed again and again: a poster of Roc Weekend 2004. The poster shows the entire roster of Roc-A-Fella records, just before Roc-A-Fella Records shattered into a million pieces. And that roster is a head-spinning thing. This was that Icarus … More »

Malibu Ken (Aesop Rock & TOBACCO) – “Acid King” Video

This post was originally published on this site

Malibu KenAesop Rock toured with psychedelic synth-sludge weirdos Black Mother Super Rainbow way back in 2007. A year later, the underground rap veteran teamed up with BMSR’s mysterious leader Tobacco on “Dirt,” a song from the latter’s first solo album Fucked Up Friends. And now, a decade later, Aesop and Tobacco have a full-length … More »

Aesop Rock – “Klutz” Video

This post was originally published on this site

Aesop Rock - "Klutz" VideoUnderground rap veteran Aesop Rock returned late last year with “Hot Dogs,” a standalone benefit single to raise money for the cancer-support charity Grind For Life. And today, he’s back again with another surprise one-off track. More »

The 5 Best Videos Of The Week

This post was originally published on this site

We got a good Halloween album this year, but we didn’t get enough good Halloween video. There were plenty of good music videos this past week; they just weren’t Halloween-specific. I was looking forward to seeing more bands eaten by zombies or whatever. Try harder next year, music video directors! This week’s picks are … More »

Aesop Rock – “Hot Dogs”

This post was originally published on this site

In the last few months, the veteran underground-rap expressionist Aesop Rock has teamed up with Homeboy Sandman on Triple Fat Lice, their third collaborative EP, and he’s also scored the extremely watchable low-budget action flick Bushwick. Now Aesop has come out with “Hot Dogs,” a standalone benefit single that raises money for More »

Stream Aesop Rock And Homeboy Sandman Triple Fat Lice EP

This post was originally published on this site

Lately, underground hip-hop veteran Aesop Rock has been teaming up with Queens rapper Homeboy Sandman to rap for rap’s sake, first with the fun, low-stakes 2015 free EP Lice and then with last year’s Lice Two: Still Buggin’ follow-up. Now, with the release of Triple Fat Lice, they’ve turned the series into … More »

Aesop Rock – “Lotta Years” Video

This post was originally published on this site

Aesop Rock - Lotta Years videoAesop Rock is about to head out on tour with his Lice Two: Still Buggin’ partner Homeboy Sandman, and he’s just shared a new video for “Lotta Years.” The track is one of the songs from The Impossible Kid, the impressive album that Aesop released earlier this year, and director Rob Shaw‘s … More »