SpaceGhostPurrp last night dropped a video for ‘The Black God’, the first to appear in support of his forthcoming album ‘Mysterious Phonk: The Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp’. Filmed in and around his hometown of Miami, FL, it’s everything you could ask for with urban decay, gold teeth, cash, fire, girls and a card game all ticked off. The video was conceived by the mysterious producer/rapper himself and you can view it below.

Download a free mp3 of the instrumental version of ‘The Black God’ below.


Hailing from Miami, FL, SpaceGhostPurrp, who spearheads the Raider Klan Mafia, was born on April 1st, 1991; a date that has subsequently become known to him and his followers as ‘Purrp Day’. Cast in the classic mould of producer/MC, his musical influences read like a checklist of hip-hop touchstones – Three 6 Mafia, UGK, DJ Paul, Eazy E, Tupac and DJ Screw – revealing him as a true connoisseur of the gloriously weird and wonderful. Given his age, the reference to such rich heritage shows Purrp as a child of the digital era; his rhymes veering between the hallucinogenic, somnambulant and visceral, his productions syrup-thick, schizophrenic and refreshingly off-kilter. Hard to pin down, his choice of language is an intriguing invite into his murky world, with the track titles alone a playful assault on audience expectations.

The album, ‘Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp’ compiles both new and old material, tracking the early years of this intoxicating prodigal talent.

‘No Evidence’ is available for free download below.

Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp is out June 8 via 4AD / Remote Control.

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