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Stream: Ratking, "Wikispeaks"

"Wikispeaks," the first taste of four-man Harlem crew Ratking’s forthcoming EP, begins with a spoken preamble by the group's unibrowed leader, Wiki, delivered like a Sunday School sermon over a repeating loop that slouches forward, then blooms into a dusty head-knocker that'd pair nicely with PlayStation and a big beer. The labels XL and Hot Charity—home of Willis Earl Beale—will release Ratking's EP on November 5th. Meanwhile, Wiki's debut EP 1993, which featured a rough version of "Wikispeaks," has been mysteriously scrubbed from Bandcamp.

Stream: Ratking, "Wikispeaks"

Stream: Ratking, "Wikispeaks"