The project comes just three months after his last release in the Hexual Sealings series. On HX.PRT_13.8, he remixed R&B tracks from Summer Walker and Musiq Soulchild. This time around, he starts things off with a remix of Thundercat’s “Dragonball Durag.” Additionally, he flips Ari Lennox‘s Shea Butter Baby cut “Whipped Cream.”
Not limiting himself to current-day hits, Knxwledge reached back into the 2000s to flip Alicia Keys’ “You Don’t Know My Name.” Additionally, he offers his take on Prince Royce and Milira, as well as Drake and Future tracks.
1998 will arrive on March 27. In addition to streaming platforms, the album is available on deluxe vinyl record, 10-inch EP, and 7-inch single record on Knxwledge’s sprawling Bandcamp page. The vinyl copies will feature music that won’t appear on streaming platforms. Pre-order a copy on Bandcamp.
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