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Black Thought And Danger Mouse Release New Track Strangers Featuring A$AP Rocky And Run The Jewels

Wednesday, 10 August 2022 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Shervin Lainez

Black Thought and Danger Mouse have dropped a new track featuring A$AP Rocky and Run The Jewels.

Dealing in shuffling, clattering beats over a rumbling synthy bassline, Strangers marks the fourth preview of their imminent joint album, 'Cheat Codes', which is scheduled to arrive this Friday (August 12).

Its 13 tracks also includes the previously unveiled cuts No Gold Teeth, Because with Joey Bada$$, Russ, and Dylan Cartlidge, and Aquamarine featuring Michael Kiwanuka. Raekwon and the late MF Doom also contributed to the record.

'Cheat Codes' serves as Danger Mouse's first hip hop release since his DANGERDOOM project with MF Doom, which spawned one album and an EP in the mid-2000s. His last collaborative full-length was with Karen O on 2019's 'Lux Prima'. Black Thought, meanwhile, put out the third instalment of his 'Streams Of Thought' trilogy in 2020.

'Cheat Codes' tracklist:

1. Sometimes
2. Cheat Codes
3. The Darkest Part [featuring Raekwon and Kid Sister]
4. No Gold Teeth
5. Because [featuring Joey Bada$$, Russ and Dylan Cartlidge]
6. Belize [featuring MF Doom]
7. Aquamarine [featuring Michael Kiwanuka]
8. Identical Deaths
9. Strangers [featuring A$AP Rocky and Run the Jewels]
10. Close to Famous
11. Saltwater [featuring Conway the Machine]
12. Voilas and Lupitas


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