May 13, 2014 11:39AM

Watch: Shabazz Palaces x Kenzo SS14 Film

Written and directed by Kahlil Joseph.
After releasing the first track (here it below) from their anticipated upcoming album, Lese Majesty, Shabazz Palaces have collaborated with Kenzo on the fashion label's SS14 film Dawn In Luxor by the great Kahlil Joseph.
 
 
The Seattle-based art-rap duo haven't produced a record since 2011's Black Up and from all accounts, the new release will be startlingly evolved. It's even being called "the future of hip hop." 
 
 
The Kenzo film includes a preview of a second Shabazz Palaces track, also called 'Dawn In Luxor' and member Ishmael Butler stars in the video. It's pretty beautiful. Watch it below!
 


 

Jerico Mandybur

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