The new HudMo single actually doesn’t feature Pusha T, but the new video for “Warriors” actually stars King Push. Push, the protagonist, evades the cops and helicopters seen in an IG-esque filter throughout. It’s no doubt somethin’ to see above so see how it plays out and, well, press play.
HudMo’s new album, Lantern, has sneakily been an anticipated project of mine this summer, after some solid previews leading up to today have been released. Today, we get the full stream on iTunes Radio, with features by the likes of Jhene Aiko and Miguel. Get the energy flowin’ this morning and press play on Lantern below.
Hudson Mohawke is just about a month away from the release of Lantern on June 16th and this creative new video should get some people even more amped these next few weeks.
I know I am after the video transformed my opinion of “Very First Breath” to the positive.
It’s a cinematic story that follows former lovers, turned deadly foes (in a knife fight, btw) that has an 80s Japanese theme and presentation throughout. So yeah, it turns kinda dark, but as a result the video takes the direct lyrics to another level of meaning. I appreciate the vibe and love the little things like that old school Japanese font for the subtitles. Watch and see how it plays out above.
Hudson Mohawke is prime and ready for his first LP after a flurry of successful solo material, co-signs and collabs (Kanye), and placements (Apple). Lantern is announced today via the album trailer above and is accompanied by a tracklist that most notably features (to this Gowhere audience) Miguel and Jhene Aiko. Niiice. Two of my favorite current singers.
Lookin’ forward to Lantern on June 15th via Warp Records.
02. Very First Breath f/ Irfane
04. Warriors f/ Ruckazoid & Devauex
06. Scud Books
07. Indian Steps f/ Antony
08. Lil Djembe
09. Deepspace f/ Miguel
11. Resistance f/ Jhené Aiko
12. Portrait of Luci
14. Brand New World
In an interesting twist, there will be a 30 minute track curated by Noisey and Hennessy that will feature contributions from Raekwon, Action Bronson, Prodigy, Young Thug, Danny Brown, the above Pusha T, and more. This is only Pusha T’s part of “The Rap Monument” with Hudson Mohawke producing.