Stream Flying Lotus’ New Album ‘Flamagra,’ Featuring Thundercat, George Clinton, Solange & More

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FlyLo is back with a new epic.

After a nearly five year hiatus, Flying Lotus has released a new album. The album is called Flamagra and it’s the follow-up to FlyLo’s classic 2014 effort You’re Dead!

 WATCH: The Gorgeous Animated Video for Flying Lotus & Anderson .Paak’s Collaboration “More”

The album has 27 songs and features from Anderson .Paak, Denzel Curry, Solange, Shabazz Palaces, George Clinton, Tierra Whack, David Lynch, and more.


READ: Flying Lotus Credits Brainfeeder For The “Resuscitation Of Jazz,” Discusses Gaslamp Killer & More In New Interview

Check out Flying Lotus’ latest below below.

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