Jeremiah Jae x Flying Lotus: “Cat Fightttttt”

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More new new from Flying Lotus comes in the form of another classics-leaning rap song, but that doesn’t mean it’s any less satisfying than his usually astral solo material. This time FlyLo is working with Jeremiah Jae who just released his very solid debut, Raw Money Raps on FlyLo’s own Brainfeeder label. As was the case with his track with Earl Sweatshirt/Captain Murphy, “Cat Fightttttt” sees Flying Lotus assume his supportive role and quietly builds his lush, Madlib-like beat behind Jae’s jaded flow. Though if you’re itching to hear some FlyLo (some would say) unencumbered by a rapper, just wait until he releases Until The Quiet Comes in October.

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