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18 December, 2012@3:02 pm
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“Molly” is the second single from Porn’s debut mixtape, Amerikin Junkie (out March 5 via Soulspazm). Junkie follows Porn’s critically acclaimed series of collaborations with hip-hop legends The Roots (an impressive body of work spanning the group’s last four records, from 2006’s Game Theory to last year’s powerful concept album Undun). The revolutionary emcee spins dark poetry in endless webs, ensnaring listeners in complex metaphors and running threads while his rhymes creep in for a kill you can’t help but look forward to.


The new mixtape was created at Philadelphia’s Mike Jerz Studio with Mike and Ali Bey [of BeatKhemist]. With these two gifted producers (and Porn’s cousin Damion Ward) taking turns at the helm, Amerikin Junkie is a seedy, street-wise affair—eclectic, shot through with world-class hooks yet slathered in the hyperreal grime Porn has come to crave. “It’s reality music,” he says. “Up in your face, lyrical—super lyrical—but easy to digest.”



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