Many months later, Tom Misch liberates a visual for his De La Soul collaboration (of which Posdunos makes an appearance via television). Added below, along with a stream of Misch’s latest album Geography (where the track is derived from).
British musical genius Tom Misch continues to expand his reached into other genres while collaborating with more notable artists. Case in point: for his latest single, he connects with the legendary De La Soul on “It Runs Through Me,” which is said to be taken from his forthcoming debut album Geography.
Misch also spoke on the meaning behind the track with Beats 1:
The concept of this track is sometimes how I feel about my relationship with music. It’s something that has always just flowed through me and almost feels like my superpower… You can take away my money and house etc but can’t take away my relationship and love for music. The De La Soul feature was the icing on the cake for this album. I’m a massive old school hip hop head and this collaboration just felt really good.
Check out “It Runs Through Me” below and pre-order Geography before it drops April 6th.
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