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In his interview with NPR revealed today, Mannie Fresh debuted a new song from their upcoming collaborative LP, OMFGOD.

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9 Responses to "Yasiin Bey (Mos Def) + Mannie Fresh – “Let’s Go”"
  • Boogie Bored says:

    wow this was really good. I also noticed in the interview, I don’t think I heard Mannie Fresh refer to him as “Yasiin Bey”, throughout the entire convo he’s referred to as “Mos Def”.

    Wonder how much him changing his name has to do with the delay of the album. like mebbe record labels won’t sign it cause they think they are going to lose money if Mos Def’s name isn’t on the cover

  • Dayz says:

    At first these two together sounded like blasphemy but Mannie obviously has grown as an artist and makes the type of production worthy of the likes of Mos… Sorry but the new name is wack! Mos Def forever! I really cannot respect it like Prince wack attempt at the symbol moniker… GTFOH with that… He’s Prince your Mos and just make dope music and K.I.M.

  • khordkutta says:

    Pretty dope, still Mannie, just not the keyboard beat feel. Mos bein Mos.

  • Model Citizen says:

    This is dope, that first track they dropped was fucking terrible, but I’m interested again. @Dayz, Mannie Fresh has always been an amazing producer, nobody does southern bounce beats better than he did in his prime. His beats were always so lush and catchy when Cash Money’s 90′s roster was shining. I know you don’t fuck with that style of hip hop, I rarely do either, but I can still throw on “400 Degrees” or some Big Tymers and enjoy it from start to finish, mainly for the beats (although I would argue that Juvenile is actually a solid emcee). This is obviously a departure for both Mannie and Mos, if they can do more shot like though it might work.

  • Dayz says:

    @ Model Citizen I totally agree. While my preference is NYC Boom Bap I would be a liar if I didn’t say I had 400 Degrees and Big Tymers in my crates… Guilty Pleasure LPs that’s for sure.

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