Wiki Drops New Tracks With Suspect & Antwon

Sample-based boom-bap & contemporary bass.

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A few weeks after the late January arrival of a new Secret Circle track with Ugly Mane and Antwon, NYC cult hero Wiki unleashes a pair of previously-unreleased records.

Titled “Hands Out” and “Ballin On The Low,” Wiki’s latest songs were originally debuted as part of the soundtrack for the unique video game based on his first solo album, No Mountains In Manhattan. The songs feature contributions from Suspect and Secret Circle collaborator Antwon, and alternate between forward-thinking, bass-heavy soundscapes and soulful, sampled-based boom-bap.

You can stream Wiki’s latest round of releases below.

Towards the beginning of the year, the former Ratking emcee also teamed up with XL Recordings founder Richard Russell for one of the standout records on the Everything Is Record debut LP.

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