Supergroup Random Axe Eye June for Debut Release
After teasing fans for years, supergroup Random Axe is ready to unleash its eponymous debut. The group -- consisting of Black Milk, Sean Price and Guilty Simpson -- has announced that its first offering will land in stores on June 14.
According to a press release from Duck Down Records, the trio will provide listeners with "hard-hitting production, witty word play & pure RANDOMNESS." Detroit's Black Milk, who serves as producer for the entirety of the set, previously tweeted the tracklist for the LP, which will consist of 15 tracks including the previously released tune 'Monster Babies.'
The three rappers first teamed up for Guilty Simpson's 'Run,' a track featured on his 2008 debut 'Ode to the Ghetto.'
"It's a union of families from two different cities (Detroit to Brooklyn)," explained Simpson. "'Run,' from my album, was the first sample of where the music is going but just a small dosage of what the whole album has to offer. It's not a record made to divide, nor ignore the accomplishments made by Sean Price and Heltah Skeltah. It's two families merging to make incredible Hip Hop records."
Black Milk originally revealed that the album would land in stores in late 2009, but the LP has since been delayed for unknown reasons.
Listen to Random Axe's 'Monster Babies'