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Malibu Ken (Aesop Rock & TOBACCO) Set To Release Self-Titled Album January 18th!

From Rhymesayers Entertainment Official:

Aesop Rock has been credited as one of the most verbose MC’s in Hip-Hop today. Known for his dense and abstract wordplay, he manipulates language to illustrate elaborate stories and difficult concepts with sharp clarity. TOBACCO is also recognized as Black Moth Super Rainbow. Known for working with pre-digital electronic instruments like analog synths and tape machines, he crafts distorted, experimentalist beats that intertwine feelings of tension and anxiety with sensations of bemusement and pleasure. Together, Aesop Rock and TOBACCO are Malibu Ken. Malibu Ken, the duo comprised of Aesop Rock and TOBACCO , just recently shared a new video for “Corn Maze!”
The song is an anti-social anthem, taken from their forthcoming self-titled album, Malibu Ken, coming January 18th, 2019!


The video above, directed by Rob Shaw, depicts Aesop in an insomniac daze where bizarre late night cartoons seem to become self-aware.
So grab a bowl of your favorite cereal, watch the video and please enjoy.

Malibu Ken is available for pre order here: https://rse.lnk.to/MalibuKen

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  1. Cherryfuzz

    Cherryfuzz

    Comment posted on Monday, January 7th, 2019 03:27 pm GMT -5 at 3:27 pm

    I Never see Faygoluvers report on Rhymesayers, y’all should more often those guys are dope, good ol fashion underground hip hop, not horror core at all

  2. Pigg

    Pigg

    Comment posted on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 11:39 am GMT -5 at 11:39 am

    Aesop Rock is one of my favorites. Glad to see him getting love here.

  3. MisterMime

    MisterMime

    Comment posted on Tuesday, January 8th, 2019 05:16 pm GMT -5 at 5:16 pm

    They reported on Atmosphere’s Mi Vida Local
    And Prof was at Gotj last year if i recall correctly.
    Aesop Rock is highly underrated, and yall should cover more of Rhymesayers because lets face it, theyre always putting out dope shit.

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