Sam Spiegel, Freddie Gibbs, and BJ the Chicago Kid Team Up on “Used To Be My Homie”

Spiegel is releasing his first full-length in ten years this February.

DJ/producer Sam Spiegel has announced his first full-length album release since 2009’s The Spirit of Apollo, which came under the banner N.A.S.A. (as Squeak E. Clean, along with with Brazilian DJ Zegon). On February 21, Spiegel will be releasing the topically titled Random Shit from the Internet Era via Spectrophonic Sound. 

The new record promises to feature Anderson .Paak, Sia, Busta Rhymes, and more. Of the project, Spiegel said in a press statement, “This is an album comprised of songs which have been created in bits and pieces over many years, some literally over the last fifteen years! I had these great songs floating around my brain, and I felt it was time to release them to the world, regardless of whether they fit into a cohesive conceptual album. For that reason, the album is comprised of lots of different feels and genres, disparate frames of mind from my journey through life.”

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Today, Spiegel premiered a collaboration with Freddie Gibbs and BJ the Chicago Kid called “Used To Be My Homie” via The Fader. Listen to the track below. 

Spiegel is additionally releasing a tenth anniversary 4-LP box set edition of The Spirit of Apollo on January 10; pre-order that here.


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