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Thundercat Releases The Mac Miller-Assisted Bonus Cut “Hi”

Photo of Thundercat courtesy of iTunes.

Last week, Thundercat dropped Drunk, an early album of the year candidate.

There are 23 mostly fantastic songs on that album. And apparently there was room for more. Yesterday, a new Thundercat song called “Hi” hit the internet. The song, which features frequent collaborator Mac Miller, is a bonus cut on the Japanese version of Drunk. This is a oozy-sounding track that fits in nicely with the hypnotic sounds found on Drunk.

If you haven’t heard the new album — Thundercat’s third — do yourself a favor and rectify that. Also, if Thundercat pulls up in your city, catch a show.

Tour Dates
3.02 Paradise – Boston, MA *sold out
3.01 SAT – Montreal, QC
3.02 Paradise – Boston, MA *sold out
3.03 Irving Plaza – New York, NY
3.04 Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA
3.05 U Street Music Hall – Washington, DC *sold out
3.07 Terminal West – Atlanta, GA
3.08 Nashville, TN – Exit In
3.10 Buku Music + Art Project – New Orleans, LA
3.11 Warehouse Live – Houston, TX
3.12 Trees – Dallas, TX
3.16 Barby Club – Tel Aviv, Israel *sold out
3.17 Babylon – Istanbul, Turkey
3.18 Niebo Club – Warsaw, Poland
3.19 Yaam – Berlin, Germany
3.20 Mojo – Hamburg, Germany
3.21 CBE – Cologne, Germany
3.22 Thekla – Bristol, UK
3.23 Gorilla – Manchester, UK
3.24 Invisible Wind Factory – Liverpool, UK
3.27 Vicar Street – Dublin, Rep. Of Ireland
3.28 Heaven – London, UK
3.29 La Cartonnerie – Reims, France
3.30 Trabendo – Paris, France
4.01 Fri-Son – Fribourg, Switzerland
4.02 Theater Moods – Zurich, Switzerland
4.03 Atelier Babylon – Bratislava, Slovakia
4.04 Porgy & Bess – Vienna, Austria
4.05 Lucerna Music Bar – Prague, Czech Republic
4.07 Motel Mozaique Festival – Rotterdam, Netherlands
4.08 Transition Festival – Utrecht, Netherlands
4.09 BRDCST Festival – Brussels, Belgium
4.15 Indio, CA – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
4.22 Indio, CA – Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival
4.27 Liquid Room – Tokyo, Japan
4.28 Blue Note – Nagoya, Japan
4.29 Metro – Kyoto, Japan
4.30 Conpass – Osaka, Japan

Dimas Sanfiorenzo

Dimas Sanfiorenzo is the Managing Editor for Okayplayer. He specializes in coverage centered around music, pop culture, and politics. Email: Dimas@okayplayer.com

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