Song Premiere: Del the Funky Homosapien/Parallel Thought, 'Bring It'

Check out the funky, hazy collaborative track from underground vets

Del the Funky Homosapien and Parallel Thought, 'Bring It'
Parallel Thought LTD
April 23, 2012 10:00 AM ET

Click to listen to Del the Funky Homosapien and Parallel Thought's 'Bring It'

Veteran MC Del the Funky Homosapien has been working on his long-awaited second album with Deltron 3030, but in the meantime, he has teamed with underground group Parallel Thought for Attractive Sin. On "Bring It," Del defty wraps his flow over a fuzzy, groovy, meandering beat. Though "Bring It" doesn't appear on Sin, the track is a funky, hazed-out preview of what's to come.

"The beat comes from an album we did for the Numero Group last year called Eccentric Breaks & Beats Vol. 2," says Knowledge of Parallel Thought. "It contains a sample from the ridiculously slept-on album Gone: The Promises of Yesterday by 24 Carat Black. Would have loved for this track to have made the album, but it was too late." Attractive Sin will be available June 19th, but you can hear this sneak peak now. 

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