Flatbush Zombies Get Mystical in New Song, "Babel"

To celebrate the one-year anniversary of ‘3001: A Laced Odyssey.’

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Flatbush Zombies dropped a new song titled “Babel.” The group reveals via Twitter that the song was released in celebration of the one-year anniversary of their debut album, 3001: A Laced Odyssey. The track, which finds the New York crew rapping enigmatic bars over a chilled-out trap instrumental, is produced by their in-house beatsmith, Erick “The Architect” Elliot. Listen to “Babel” below and stay tuned for more from the Zombies.

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