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And the Anonymous Nobod. s the upcoming studio album by De La Soul. the record is due to be out this Fall on August, 26. It’ll be the band’s first new studio album since 2004’s The Grind Date, it’s been 11 Years. Written By De La Soul. Cover Artist Pablo Stanley. Release Date August 26, 2016. and the Anonymous Nobody De La Soul.
and the Anonymous Nobody. is their first album since 2004’s The Grind Date, which featured a still-prolific MF DOOM, a still-peaking Ghostface, and a still-living J Dilla. This one features an equally notable and telling guest list: there’s David Byrne organizing an art-neurosis summit on Snoopies, there’s Damon Albarn turning Feel Good Inc. inside out on Here in After, there’s Snoop Dogg ( Pain ) and 2 Chainz ( Whoodeeni ) and Roc Marciano ( Property of Spitkicker. At times, Anonymous Nobody feels more like a matter of necessity than enthusiasm, even if the work put into it proves it’s not. When it sounds tired and bummerish, it’s more in keeping with the hazy enervation of contemporary Drake -casualty rap than the proto-backpacker energy of their old joints.
De La Soul was supposed to drop their Kickstarter-funded album And the Anonymous Nobody on April 26. Due to outstanding clearances and assorted legal obstacles yet to be hurdled, the album wasn't ready in time. debuted at number 12 on the Billboard 200, with 23,000 album-equivalent units, marking the fifth highest debut of the week. It was the seventh best-selling album of the week, selling 21,000 copies in its first week. was the first De La Soul album to debut. at number one on the Billboard Top Rap Albums. The album was also streamed 2 million times in the first week. It was nominated at the 59th Grammy Awards for Best Rap Album.
Following an overwhelmingly popular crowdsourcing campaign, De La Soul’s latest album reaffirms a tradition of boundlessly imaginative hip-hop. The veteran trio manages to spin childlike hilarity and forlorn insight into songs that revel in psych rock, disco-funk breaks, and live instrumentation. De La’s immunity to dullness is mirrored in the eclectic guest list-the icing on an album that turns musical ambition into a dizzyingly fun ride.
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