SpaceGhostPurrp announces release on 4AD, probably because, well, I mean, I guess it’s likely because, um, help me out here

SpaceGhostPurrp announces release on 4AD, probably because, well, I mean, I guess it's likely because, um, help me out here

SpaceGhostPurrp is my favorite rapper, not because I particularly love his music (it’s alright!), but because he is ridiculous. His name is SpaceGhostPurrp. He put out a mixtape last year called Blvcklvnd Rvdix 66.6 (1991) and quoted himself as saying “Dopest album of 1991” on its cover. AND HE WROTE THIS SONG!!!! If he didn’t already exist, somebody would have to make him up and that person would be a genius.

Now he’s putting out a collection of material on 4AD, because, really, what was left to do? 4AD is a label perhaps best known for putting out the Cocteau Twins’ classic records. SpaceGhostPurrp is a rapper/producer best known for making music that sounds like Three Six Mafia at the bottom of a very murky swamp. This is a match made in heaven, but only the heaven that exists in a very confusing dream where you’re driving a yellow station wagon one second and sitting in your second grade classroom the next.

SpaceGhostPurrp’s 4AD debut (still sounds weird!) is called Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp and will be out June 12. The album will contain a mix of old and new SpaceGhostPurrp music, though a definite tracklist has not yet been revealed. However, it will definitely include the new track “No Evidence,” which you can hear right here:

• SpaceGhostPurrp: http://www.facebook.com/pages/SpaceGhostPurrp/212638475431108
• 4AD: http://www.4ad.com

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