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Mellowhype - 'Timbs'

Proof OF don’t have to offend to succeed

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Another newie from the prolific Odd Future camp – this time featuring Hodgy Beats and Domo Genesis. Kicking in with almost Bond theme-esque string samples before dropping the standard “Golf Wang” clarion call, ‘Timbs’ is a short but sweet example of the pair’s verbal dexterity – proving OF don’t have to offend to succeed.

Sarah Pope

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