Soul Glo team with Mother Maryrose on new industrial rap song “Driponomics” (listen)
We've teamed up with Soul Glo on a blue and red splatter vinyl variant of their anticipated new album, limited to 300 copies and available exclusively in our stores. Pre-order it here.
Genre-defying Philly hardcore band Soul Glo's anticipated new album Diaspora Problems comes out 3/25 via Epitaph, and while lead single "Jump!! (Or Get Jumped!!!)((by the future))" is one of the best punk songs of the year so far, new single "Driponomics" is a straight-up rap song. It's got an industrial-tinged beat in the vein of stuff like Death Grips, Dalek, and Yeezus, and a killer guest verse from Mother Maryrose. Here's what the band says about it:
"Driponomics" is for everyone doing what they have to do to get by and to get fly. Oftentimes lower-income and working class people are criticized for how they survive out here, especially in times of crisis. People are getting more desperate but simultaneously more creative with their income options, and this song is a salute to that. Love to Mother Maryrose whose verse on this song is one of the best moments on our album.
Listen and watch the lyric video below. Pre-order Soul Glo's new album on limited-to-300 blue/red splatter vinyl, exclusively in our stores.