MP3: New Odd Future – “Lift,” “BLKN” & “Stray Bullets”

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Three 6 Mafia member and Oscar winner, Juicy J jumped on a dope, appropriately light-as-air track called “LIFT” with Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All cohorts Hodgy Beats, Domo Genesis on a track produced by one of our favorite OF members, the never-dull Left Brain. After collaborations with Pusha T and The Game/Lil Wayne, this is the latest of the numerous co-signs Odd Future has seen from the mainstream rap community.


Hodgy Beats also unveiled a solo track called “BLKN,” the first time in a while that he’s rapped over a beat not produced by MellowHype partner Left Brain. This smooth, breezy ode to marijuana was produced by the super fly Thelonious Martin. A trip down to dude’s Bandcamp page is strongly recommended.

HODGY BEATS“BLKN” p/ Thelonious Martian.mp3

Finally, we have a new one from one of the quieter members of Odd Future in terms of his number of releases, tweet quotient, and arrest count, Domo Genesis. His latest unattached release is “Stray Bullets,” and it’s short and sweet, just under three minutes of solid, impressive delivery over the woozy synths he’s often employed as a beat (to great effect: see “IDGAF”). Domo’s smooth, buttery stoner rap won’t stay under the radar for long if it stays this good.

DOMO GENESISStray Bullets.mp3

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