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Thundercat has shared another track, 'Dragonball Durag'

It's from his forthcoming album 'It Is What It Is'.
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Published: 9:16 am, February 19, 2020
Thundercat has shared another track, 'Dragonball Durag'

Thundercat has shared another track from his forthcoming album 'It Is What It Is'.

Titled 'Dragonball Durag', it follows up on lead single 'Black Qualls' in previewing the full-length, which drops on April 3rd.

“I have a Dragon Ball tattoo.... It runs everything. There is a saying that Dragon Ball is life,” Thundercat said in a press release. “There are two types of people in the world, the guy with the durag and the guy who doesn’t know what a durag is. The durag is a superpower, to turn your swag on.... It does something, it changes you. If you have one in the wardrobe, think about wearing it tonight, and it may pop off because you never know what’s going to happen.”

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