Last year, Interpol frontman Paul Banks went solo under the alias Banks—he released music as Julian Plenti previously—and dropped a well-received full-length. And unbeknownst to us all, he had plans to build buzz for the project with a hip-hop mixtape featuring some of his favorite rappers.
But for whatever reason, the tape never came out and he was left sitting on it. Until now. Matador points to Banks' ridiculously titled Everybody On My Dick Like They Supposed To Be, which includes rhymes from Talib Kweli, El-P, Mike G, and High Prizm.
You can listen to the El-P-featured cut, "Quite Enough," above and stream the whole tape below.
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