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Shabazz Palaces, “An Echo from the Hosts that Profess Infinitum”

Shabazz’s longplayer debut ​Black Up is nearly two years old since its release, but it’s still going strong. Ish Butler and Tendai Maraire celebrates the terrible twos early with these starkly monochromatic waterfront scenes for one of the more menacing and beat-centered tracks from the album.

posted: June 17th, 2013, 11:22pm



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Sasquatch! Festival 2012 features The Roots, Childish Gambino, Shabazz Palaces

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Show Recap: Shabazz Palaces struts into Yoshi’s with THEESatisfaction

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Shabazz Palaces announces tour, from France to Brooklyn

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SBTRKT, “Wildfire” Drumma Boy remix featuring Little Dragon and Shabazz Palaces

Hot stuff from Drumma Boy, Shabazz Palaces, who put out the critic’s choice (so far) of hip-hop album of the year, and Little Dragon, who is making a ton of… Read

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Shabazz Palaces, “Swerve…”

Shabazz Palaces releases onto the Internet a new track from their forthcoming full-lengther, Black Up, due July 28. “Swerve…the reeping of all that is… Read

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