Deltron 3030 have introduced that they’ll reunite for an upcoming Run The Jewels and Wu-Tang Clan live performance later this yr.
The groundbreaking hip-hop trio of Del the Funky Homosapien, Dan the Automator and Child Koala pushed the boundaries of other rap with Afro-futuristic components. They collaborated with the likes of Jamie Cullum, Sean Lennon, and The Lonely Island, and final carried out collectively in 2020 however haven’t launched an album in a decade.
Final week, it was introduced the Californian-Canadian group will return at a one-off Run The Jewels and Wu-Tang live performance on September 8 on the Fiddler’s Inexperienced Amphitheatre in Denver.
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The final file the group launched was their second album ‘Occasion II‘, in 2013, which NME mentioned had “an admirable consistency” and was “touched by greatness”. This adopted their 2000 self-titled debut.
In a current interview with Rock The Bells, Del the Funky Homosapien mentioned he was “serious about” making music with Deltron 3030. “We’re mainly residing sooner or later,” he mentioned concerning the group’s subsequent file. “I might simply attempt to work on making it extra whimsical this time, not as heavy, as a result of I believe I kinda stepped away from that with the second a bit. I might return to it being just a little bit extra whimsical, just a little bit extra battle rhyme-ish, you recognize what I’m saying?”
Nonetheless, producer Child Koala didn’t point out any new music from Deltron 3030 on The Spark Parade podcast. As an alternative, he spoke about his newest solo mission, ‘Creatures of the Late Afternoon’.
Run The Jewels and Wu-Tang Clan are each on their very own respective excursions. The previous will go on their Tenth-anniversary tour, doing four-night residencies in New York Metropolis, Atlanta, Chicago, and Los Angeles in mid-September. Whereas, Wu-Tang Clan are occurring a joint NY State of Thoughts Tour with Nas and De La Soul as their opening act.