MellowHype unveil new track and release new album 'Numbers' – listen

The Odd Future cohorts drop their new LP 'Numbers' today (October 9)

MellowHype unveil new track and release new album 'Numbers' – listen

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Odd Future cohorts MellowHype have released their new album 'Numbers' today (October 9).

The LA duo, who consist of rapper Hodgy Beats and producer Left Brain, have already put out a string of tracks that will feature on the LP – you can listen to the latest one, 'Grill', below.

Fellow members of the OFWGKTA collective Frank Ocean and Earl Sweatshirt also feature on the album.

The tracklisting for 'Numbers' is as follows:

'Grill'
'65/Breakfast'
'Astro (feat. Frank Ocean)'
'NDJKHSIF'
'La Bonita'
'Beat'
'Snare'
'Untitled L'
'Leflair'
'Monster'
'666 (feat. Mike G)'
'P2 (feat. Earl Sweatshirt)'
'GNC'
'Brain'
'Under 2'
'Break'


MellowHype released their debut album 'YelloWhite' in 2012, followed by 'BlackenedWhite' and a mixtape 'MELLOWHYPEWEEK'.



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