Watch Morimoto Pour Milk On His Saxophone, Because Why Not

The Chicago rapper and Dark World co-founder shares the first look at his new album.

A few months ago the rapper, producer, and—as in on fine display here—saxophone player Morimoto dropped a sweet and slept-on album called For Me & Ladie on the label he co-founded, Dark World. The label has roots in Massachusetts, but Morimoto is in Chicago now; he’s not just their Midwest ambassador but also something like their ambassador for pretty sounds. While DJ Lucas is out making his farm-boy 56 Nights, Morimoto is bringing back the upbeat spirit of Prefuse 73’s One Word Extinguisher and, like, The Coup with tracks like this new one, “That’s an Interlude.”

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The song is the first taste of his next album, due this summer. “Hopefully this track will be only one that isn't collaborative,” Morimoto said. Speaking of collaborations: the video was directed by photographer Ryan Lowry, a frequent collaborator with The FADER—the milk was his idea. Watch above, and grab his last album below.

Watch Morimoto Pour Milk On His Saxophone, Because Why Not