Listen To Adrian Younge’s Original “Hands of God”

blame it on JES7 January 4, 2016

In an rather unusual move on New Years Eve, the RZA (and the seriously underrated Adrian Younge – 1/3rd of PRhyme) decided to release his remix to “Hands of God” – way before the original’s release.

With the release of Adrian and Venice Dawn‘s follow up to 2011’s Something About April creeping on the come up (Jan. 21st is the date), and to commemorate the release of Quentin Tarantino’s highly stylized spaghetti western film The Hateful 8 – Linear Labs and co. have decided to finally release the original.

For those unfamiliar with the works of Adrian’s original compositions – the spaghetti western sounds and nod to legendary film score composer Ennio Morricone is a common theme, with nearly, if not every instrument played by Mr. Younge. Press play on the O.G. version – sans The Abbot below. Vinyl and CD versions are now up for pre-sale as well, with the wax being delivered on a gatefold LP.

BONUS: Watch the official video for another single, “Sittin’ By The Radio” featuring Loren Oden below.