Mick Jenkins - Grenade Theory Feat. TheMIND (Prod. By THEMpeople) [New Song]

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One of two new tracks Mick Jenkins dropped this morning.

Mick Jenkins' powerful 2015, punctuated by his excellent Waves LP, gives way to a promising 2016.

This morning he shared a pair of new tracks, "Grenade Theory" and "$3,000 Advice," both apparently coming off a project called Sip!, which he describes as "a collection of shit I've been working on with THEMpeople (featuring theMIND)." The cover features Psyduck holding a glass of water... promising.

"Grenade Theory" features THEMpeople's ethereal synths, effect-laden guitar, a heavily swung drum groove, and Jenkins' always rock-solid presence on the mic. The track defies standard song structure, as theMIND shows up for an extended interlude/verse before Jenkins returns to finish things off.

After "Grenade Theory" be sure to check "$3,000 Advice." 

Quotable Lyrics

It's common practice, it's common sense the lack of access
Is a common accent, we want the progress but subtract the practice
We loathe the process and we lack the passion

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Grenade Theory
Produced by THEMpeople

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User  Rating:
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89% (110)
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audience rating
88 VERY HOTTTTT
10 HOTTTTT
4 MEH
1 NOT FEELING IT
7 MAKE IT STOP
User Rating:
89% (110)

One of two new tracks Mick Jenkins dropped this morning.


Mick Jenkins' powerful 2015, punctuated by his excellent Waves LP, gives way to a promising 2016.

This morning he shared a pair of new tracks, "Grenade Theory" and "$3,000 Advice," both apparently coming off a project called Sip!, which he describes as "a collection of shit I've been working on with THEMpeople (featuring theMIND)." The cover features Psyduck holding a glass of water... promising.

"Grenade Theory" features THEMpeople's ethereal synths, effect-laden guitar, a heavily swung drum groove, and Jenkins' always rock-solid presence on the mic. The track defies standard song structure, as theMIND shows up for an extended interlude/verse before Jenkins returns to finish things off.

After "Grenade Theory" be sure to check "$3,000 Advice." 

Quotable Lyrics

It's common practice, it's common sense the lack of access
Is a common accent, we want the progress but subtract the practice
We loathe the process and we lack the passion

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