New Music: Apollo Brown & Planet Asia f/ Willie The Kid "Dalai Lama Slang"

Apollo Brown & Planet Asia Dish Out Fresh ‘Anchovies’ On New Collaborative Project

Complex Premiere
Not even a year removed from his collaborative effort with Skyzoo, The Easy Truth (which debuted at #3 on the iTunes Hip-Hop chart & #16 on Billboard), Apollo Brown is back and dishing out fresh Anchovies with Planet Asia on their just announced collaborative project; which will be released on 8-25-17 via Mello Music Group.

Apollo oversaw this project as if he was directing a movie.  The vision and concept were ironed out and the soundscape was set and sequenced.  Once completed, he knew only 3-4 rappers in the world could give him the sound he wanted.  Enter Planet Asia who perfectly fit the role.

Anchovies are a dirty, nasty topping that are entirely distinct; and that matches the guttural production and rhymes which Apollo & Planet Asia provide. 

Today, Complex premiered the first single, “Dalai Lama Slang,” from Anchovies which also features Willie The Kid and is available for free download and playlist adds. Anchovies is now available for pre-order.

The first single "Dalai Lama Slang (feat. Willie The Kid)" is out today.  Go order the album and add the single to your playlist.


Checkout the Complex Premiere: here
Pre-order Apollo Brown & Planet Asia’s Anchovies: at iTunes: here
Bandcamp: here
CD: here
Vinyl:  here
Tracklisting & Credits for Apollo Brown & Planet Asia’s ‘Anchovies’:
1.) ‘The Smell’
2.) ‘Panties In A Jumble’
3.) ‘Diamonds’
4.) ‘The Aura’
5.) ‘Dalai Lama Slang’ Feat. Willie The Kid
6.) ‘Tiger Bone’
7.) ‘Duffles’
8.) ‘Avant Garde’
9.) ‘Deep In The Casket’
10.) ‘Fire’ Feat. Tristate
11.) ‘Speak Volumes’
12.) ‘Pain’
13.) ‘Get Back’
14.) ‘Nine Steaming’ Feat. Guilty Simpson
15.) ‘You Love Me’

***All Tracks Produced by Apollo Brown

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