with a handful of acclaimed mixtapes and a pair of similarly lauded eps under his belt, milo’s debut full-length album is sure to be nothing short of a spectacle. the rapper will release a toothpaste suburb on tuesday via hellfyre club, but he’s generously shared a new track to tide over his audience until the album’s arrival. “objectifying rabbits” is the missing piece in a triptych of songs, bookended by earlier singles “you are go(o)d to me” and “argyle sox,” and finds milo rapping figuratively about bench-pressing hedonists and london’s trafalgar square before his compatriot open mike eagle guides the song away with a sweet falsetto. the track premiered yesterday on bandcamp’s weekly radio show and now you can stream it, courtesy of hellfyre club’s soundcloud page, below.
earlier this week, rapsmith milo dropped his exquisite new mixtape cavalcade. now, a nice little supplement has surfaced, apparently courtesy of an unknown third party. someone took it upon themselves to compile a set of b-sides and rarities by milo and subsequently posted the file on tumblr, promising to update it as more material becomes available. the mixtape is entitled penobscot expedition and features seven new(ish) tracks, depending on your previous exposure to milo. it’s gotten the endorsement of both milo and hellfyre club, so i feel comfortable passing along the goodness. download it here.