MP3 Premiere: El-P’s “Time Won’t Tell” (Nocando Remix)

By Kyle Gilkeson
January 19, 2011

El-P: Weareallgoingtoburninhellmegamixxx3El-P: “Time Won’t Tell” (Nocando Remix)

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This week’s MP3 premiere is a previously unreleased vocal remix of an instrumental from El-P‘s Weareallgoingtoburninhellmegamixxx3 (Gold Dust, 8/3/10). A Scribble Jam-winning rapper and member of hip-hop group Customer Service, Nocando lays a few verses on the track, which will be available as a free download this week. Check the artists’ Twitters (@TheRealElP and @MCNocando) on Thursday, 1/20/11 for details.

Nocando’s most recent album, Jimmy The Lock, is out now on Alpha Pup, and his Bomb Zombies collaboration with DJ Nobody, which produced the album Sincerely Yours, came out late last year.

Check out the video for the album version of “Time Won’t Tell” here.

By Kyle Gilkeson January 19, 2011
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  • sam

    this version is crazy!

  • Annie

    Man this a dream matchup El-p killed the beat and Nocando made it undead!!!

  • etch

    word, you’re both dope, good looks.

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