The new, and possibly final album from experimental hip-hop act Death Grips has landed ahead of schedule. The full 10-track offering, entitled Jenny Death, has been posted online via the group’s YouTube channel (below), reportedly in response to a leak.
“The album leaked so we’re streaming it on YouTube,” the Sacramento outfit posted on Facebook. “The release date is still March 31, 2015.”
The latest disc forms the sequel to niggas on the moon, and the second half of a double album, entitled the powers that b, and it’s expected to be something of a last hurrah for Death Grips, who announced their official split in July of last lear.
But although it could be Ride, Zach Hill, and Andy Morin’s last LP under the monicker of Death Grips, the disc’s final track offers some hope for the future, with the title Death Grips 2.0. In fact, the band just shared on Facebook an article reporting on the album’s stream, with the comment, “you’re right, we might make some more.”
The full album stream follows the release of the group’s official music video for the LP’s second single, On GP, just last week.
Digital copies of The Powers That B will be available to purchase from March 31st. But in the meantime, you can sample the product, below.