February 4, 2014

Fortunately, Danger Mouse knows a thing or two about both hip hop and funk productions. Get some awesome lyricists like MF DOOM and Ghostface Killah going over one of his arrangements and the result is one of the strongest tracks of a seminal hip hop album. You don't see many combinations of talent like this these days, but, with their influence on both funk and hip hop communities, we'll hopefully get some artists that will stand on their shoulders in the near future.

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