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It’s been a busy morning…

 

Rise and shine, because there’s enough new music to keep you entertained all weekend. Here are five new things that came out today.

Wiley announces new album & shares a track with JME

Back in January Wiley released ‘Godfather’ featuring Skepta, JME, Flowdan, Chip, P Money and more. At the time he said it would be his last album ever, but now he’s taken a welcome u-turn.

The new album is out early next year, but in the meantime he’s linked up with JME again for ‘I Call The Shots’.

Bicep follow up acclaimed debut album with a new EP

Belfast duo Bicep have returned to Ninja Tune for a new EP called ‘Glue’.

The three-track project is a homage to the rave era. Check it out below.

DJ Premier & A$AP Ferg team up on new track

Harlem and Brooklyn collide as revered producer DJ Premier and A$AP Mob main man Ferg link up for a new track.

The track is released Patrick Moxey’s imprint Payday Records, the first label to sign Jay-Z.

Flying Lotus shares the beautifully gross video for ‘Post Requisite’

Taken from his recent feature length directorial debut ‘Kuso’, Flying Lotus has shared the wonderfully weird visuals for ‘Post Requisite’

If you haven’t seen ‘Kuso’ yet, make it your mission.

Run the Jewels & Statik Selektah

It’s a day for big collabs, as RTJ and Statik Selektah, who’s worked with artists like Action Bronson, Freddie Gibbs, the Pro Era crew and Royce Da 5’9″, have linked up.

Check out ‘Put Jewels On it’ below.

Words: Staff Writer 
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