Interpol's Paul Banks Releases Mix Tape
It's called Everybody On My Dick Like They Supposed To Be
Interpol’s Paul Banks isn’t shy about his love for hip hop. He’s appeared on El-P’s latest album, Cancer 4 Cure, and as he told us around the release of his solo album, Banks, “I’ve done a few collaborations that haven’t come to fruition yet, that are a little bit in [the hip-hop] vein. I’ve been doing hip-hop instrumental music for years that nobody’s ever heard.”
So it’s no surprise that Banks now has his own mixtape, but the title is a little bit of an eyebrow-raiser: Everybody On My Dick Like They Supposed To Be. It was tweeted out by Matador Records earlier today and includes collaborations for El-P and Talib Kweli, along with Banks’ demos for solo material like “Young Again” and “Just Don’t Buy It.”
Check it out via datpiff.com.
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