The band’s first track in two years also features some summery flute from Sarah Hayes.
Florida-Minneapolis rapper pairs song with a deep fake video of Tiger King.
Killer Mike and El-P craft a manifesto of boisterous anthems and fearless criticism as protests continue across America.
Mike Skinner penned the track just last week.
“I wanted to make a song with one of my heroes,” Blanco says of the collaboration.
The unlikely tale of three wannabe MCs from New York City who changed the world of hip-hop forever.
None of Us Are Getting Out of This Life Alive officially lands in July via Island Records.
The queer rapper is back with a new loosie about radical feminist strippers.
The Philly rapper also more than holds his own on new ensemble-rich mixtape LUV Vs. the World 2.
The follow-up to 2017’s Trip features guest contributions from Nas, Future, Miguel, John Legend, and Ab-Soul.
The 10-track effort drops in April via Sub Pop.
The group’s co-founder Questlove took to Instagram to share the news.