It’s a safe bet that the rise to prominence of A$AP Rocky has jacked up the SEO friendliness of Aesop Rock. The latter, born Ian Matthias Bavitz, is a heralded underground MC that cam to fame as part of El-P’s Definite Jux enterprise in its heyday. After a five year or so hiatus, Aesop is back with a new album called Skelethon, out today (July 10th) via the good folks at Rhymesayers.
The Boston University graduate’s verbally dense music has always been polarizing in Hip-Hop circles. While many tout him as a lyricist savant, plenty are rather indifferent to his music. Wherever you may fall, you can listen to a full stream of the Aesop’s self-produced sixth album below.
If you’re impressed, you can pick up Skelethon on iTunes. Also while you’re here, check out Aesop’s fight scene filled video for “ZZZ Top” on the next page.
MORE ON HIP-HOP WIRED!
• 8 More Highly Anticipated Hip-Hop Moments (That Will Probably Never Happen)
• Air Jordan 4 Retro Black/Fire Red aka “Bred” [PHOTOS]
• 8 Racist Cartoons Targeting President Obama [PHOTOS]
• Patrick Ewing’s ‘Ewing 33 Hi’ Signature Sneakers Official Images [PHOTOS]
• Kanye West Performs At Revel Resort In Atlantic City [PHOTOS/VIDEO]
• The Meaning Of The 5%: A Look At The Nation Of Gods And Earths
• Wired 25: The 25 Best 2 Chainz Guest Appearances [LISTEN]
• 7 Black Musicians Who Died of AIDS [PHOTOS]
Tekashi 6ix9ine Catches The Fade In Florida LA Fitness, Twitter Has No Sympathy
LA Fitness Staff Rushed Tekashi 6ix9ine To A Safe Room After He Caught The Hands & Feet
Twitter Says Gunna Is On Fade Notice After Tekashi 6ix9ine Got The Brakes Beat Off Him
Famous Women Caught With Busted Up Feet [Photos]
BTB Savage Reportedly Shot & Killed Hours After Posting Bloody Photo
BET Uncut Is Not Coming Back; Here's Its 15 Wildest Videos Anyway
Baes & Baddies: Supremely Stacked Shadée Monique Is More Than Just Joe Budden's Boo
15 Music Stars Who Had Disturbing Relationships With Their Entourages [Photos]