Pop-rap experimentalists Das Racist, like Atlanta-based hip hop group Tag Team, are 'back again,' riding
the wave of success garnered from the two free mixtapes they released in 2010, with their sprawling,
visionary cyberdelic, Black Eyed Peas-ian epic tone poem of a debut album, RELAX. Featuring production
from El-P, Vampire Weekend's Rostam, Yeasayer's Anand Wilder, Drake songwriter Francis Farewell
Starlite, Diplo and cameos from beloved Detroit rap eccentric Danny Brown, underground hip-hop legend
El-P and the ever-reclusive tiny genius rapper Despot, the album is almost exactly like Kanye West's My
Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy in every conceivable way.
The album is the first of several anticipated releases on Illuminati wunderkind and member Himanshu
Suri's own label Greedhead Music. With sales projections at an estimated 100,000 units, grossing roughly
one million dollars, it will still only do one fourth as well as Kanye West's College Dropout, but at least will
afford members Heems, KOOL A.D., and Dapwell to pursue their own individual projects so that they can
finally put this horrible nightmare of a band to rest and remain friends with each other.