TiRon & Ayomari’s “The Great New Wonderful” Resonates As 30-Minute Film (Video / Album Stream)

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One of the most quietly consistent emerging Hip-Hop artists of the last five years is TiRon & Ayomari. Whether together or apart, this Los Angeles, California pair makes far-reaching, dynamic music that speak to issues most people live through. Today (June 12) marks the release of T&A’s fifth album, The Great New Wonderful, on their own The Cafeteria Line imprint.

Bringing in new audiences, the pair innovatively took the new album—early at that—and edited into a 30-minute film. Lovers of found footage, old time TV, and ’60s, ’70s, and ’80s pop culture will especially dig how this footage plays against the group, whose lyrics, sounds, and vibes are a gestalt of their own.

For those just preferring a distraction-free audio experience, the album stream is below:

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