As part of Mixcloud’s Celebration of Curation, we reached out to Northwestern hip-hop tag-team Grayskul and the timing couldn’t be any more perfect. You see, they just released their new album, Zenith, on Fake Four, Inc. It’s a strong collection of future-forward boom-bap with impressive rhymes from JFK and Onry Ozzborn, who are assisted on the production tip by Aesop Rock, Moodie Black, and others.
And for the duo’s Potholes Podcast, they enlisted the help of DJ Halo to bring it all together. The end result is a mix that features choice cuts from Earl Sweatshirt, A$AP Rocky, Run The Jewels, Rick Ross, and even indie acts like the Neighbourhood, Phantogram and Crystal Castles. Yeah, we can most definitely f-ck with this and the artwork, the latter of which was suppled by PIMB’s own Theodore Taylor III.
You can stream the mix and view its track listing below. You can buy Zenith on Amazon.
- Earl Sweatshirt – Hive (feat Vince Staples, Casey Veggies)
- Xperience – New Religion
- A$AP Rocky – Goldie
- Earl Sweatshirt – Centurion
- Run the Jewels – Banana Clipper (feat Big Boi)
- Metronomy – The Look
- Phantogram – When I’m Small
- Rick Ross – Sixteen (feat Andre 3000)
- Kendrick Lamar – The Art of Peer Pressure
- Sister Crayon – Cynic (Zavala Remix)
- The Neighborhood – Float
- A$AP Rocky – Long Live A$AP
- Crystal Castles – Plague
- The Neighborhood- Sweater Weather
- Kendrick Lamar – Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe