Exclusive Album Stream: Theophilus London, 'Timez Are Weird These Nights'

Brooklyn rapper's new remix LP features Fred Falke, Bloody Beetroots, and more.

April 20, 2012 9:00 AM ET
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Click to listen to Theophilus London's album 'Timez Are Weird These Nights - The Remixes'

On April 24th, Theophilus London will release Timez Are Weird These Nights - The Remixes, which features new renditions of every song from the Brooklyn MC's debut album of the same name (minus The Remixes part, of course). The record includes a sparse but thumping rework of "Stop It" from Crookers, a head-nodding version of "Wine And Chocolates" courtesy of Linus Loves, and a nearly seven-minute, dancefloor-ready remix of "Love Is Real" by Fred Falke. Bloody Beetroots, Brodinski and others contribute as well. 

Timez Are Weird These Nights - The Remixes is available to stream in full exclusively on RollingStone.com and pre-order here.

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