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Mick Jenkins Takes No Prisoners On New Track Bruce Banner

Tuesday, 07 August 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Mick Jenkins has dropped a new track.

Bruce Banner, named after the alter ego of the Incredible Hulk, is the first new material to emerge from the Alabama hip-hop star since the second instalment of his 'Or more' series arrived earlier in the year. His last album was 2016’s 'The Healing Component'. 

Jenkins shared the song as Zane Lowe’s World Record on Beats 1, also telling the DJ that a new project called ‘Pieces of a Man’ is expected in the autumn. It’s set to feature a collaboration with Corinne Bailey Rae.

Bruce Banner, meanwhile, is a pointed piece that opens with the line "I'm not a rapper, I'm a writer." Jenkins is combative over a rolling beat from producers Nez & Rio. "Honestly, can't nobody come for me 'cept Kendrick, and I hope you offended," he spits.





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