We all remember Interpol from their singer that sounded like a substitute math teacher, who sang lyrics like "you're so cute when you're frustrated." Today, in what seems like an unusual, yet possibly beneficial twist, Interpol frontman Paul Banks put out a hip-hop album with a title that sounds like something Tracy Morgan muttered in traffic: Everybody On My Dick Like They Supposed To Be.
With some of the looming darkness of MF Doom and the meandering poetry-slam delivery of Sage Francis, Banks, at the very least, has caught my interest. Of course, one of my favorite tracks hosted Talib Kweli.
I'm still reeling; this shit certainly is wack. See for yourself.
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