Earlier this week, Flying Lotus introduced us to his new supergroup WOKE, comprised of him, Thundercat, & Shabazz Palaces, with their first single, "The Lavishments of Light Looking" feat. George Clinton.
If you're not familiar with the large catalog of work Flying Lotus and Thundercat have done together under their respective monikers, you've at least heard their contributions to Kendrick Lamar's To Pimp A Butterfly.
Leave it up to Shabazz Palaces to drop one of the most cinematic and interesting hip-hop videos of the year. Directed by Tean, "Motion Sickness" depicts the daily struggle of a drug dealer with a child to care for and a constant struggle with addiction.
Like your hip-hop a little on the abstract side? Then you're going to love Shabazz Palaces. Despite hopping on the hashtag trend for their latest single title, this is one hip-hop group that never bows to mainstream trends for record sales.
"Dawn In Luxor" is the latest visual offering from Seattle experiment hip-hop duo Shabazz Palaces (Ishmael Butler x Tendai Maraire), written and directed by Kahlil Joseph. It's an official collaboration with French luxury brand Kenzo, and doubles as as a l
A May Boiler Room performance from Shabazz Palaces and frequent collaborators THEESatisfaction.Let us know what you think, folks. Hit up Shabazz Palaces's profile page for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
The latest visual from Seattle-based Hip Hop duo Shabazz Palaces, comprised of Ishmael Butler aka 'Palaceer Lazaro' (once 'Butterfly' of Digable Planets) and multi-instrumentalist Tendai 'Baba' Maraire. Can you dig it?