Exile and his Dirty Science collective present his “Cassette” mixtape as a thank you gift for the holiday season. The mixtape features exclusive songs from Exile’s vaults (1996-2009) featuring demo versions from his rap album “4TRK MIND” as well as demo versions from Blu & Exile and Emanon (Aloe Blacc & Exile).
All songs were made on a 4-track recorder and produced by Exile, except “Like That,” produced by Kankick.
Blu & Exile drop their first music video from their recently released album “Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them” for the song “Maybe One Day.” The video was directed by Jerome D and the song is available on the “Give Me My Flowers…” album as well as the limited edition 10″ vinyl.
Last weekend, on September 1st, Blu & Exile performed at Stussy Los Angeles in celebration of their newly released album “Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them” and their limited edition Stussy x Blu & Exile t-shirt. The free in-store reached capacity almost immediately, leaving 200+ fans outside.
Blu & Exile’s official follow up to their critically acclaimed 2007 album “Below the Heavens” is out now. “Give Me My Flowers While I Can Still Smell Them” was officially released yesterday, September 4th, via Fat Beats / Dirty Science. The album is fully mixed and mastered and features exclusive tracks not on the previous leak, alongside some additional musicians and guest features.
In celebration for their new album release, enjoy the free download to the song “The Great Escape” featuring Homeboy Sandman and ADAD. Chicago’s ADAD is part of Exile’s Dirty Science collective and Homeboy Sandman is preparing for his own album release, “First of a Living Breed” which will be released September 18th via Stones Throw.