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January 20th, 2010 | by Verse

Gorillaz stylo ft Bobby Womack & mos def

Featuring vocals by Bobby Womack and Mos Def, The Gorillaz return with “Stylo” the 1st single from their upcoming album Plastic Beach.
The song was premiered on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show on Monday and made it’s way to the internet earlier today.


I am going apesh!t for this (Pun semi-intended). Looking forward to the album even more now.
According to NME who interviewed Gorillaz band member Murdoc in their latest issue not only are Bobby Womack , Mos Def and Snoop Dogg featured on the Plastic Beach, they will also be joined by UK emcees Kano & Bashy, Swedish electro band Little Dragon, Una Stubbs & Mark E Smith.
Check out the full interview below..

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“Stylo” will be released on January 26th with Plastic Beach following in March.


  1. […] White Flag (feat. Kano, Bashy and The National Orchestra For Arabic Music) 4. Rhinestone Eyes 5. Stylo (feat. Bobby Womack and Mos Def) 6. Superfast Jellyfish (feat. Gruff Rhys and De La Soul) 7. Empire Ants (feat. Little Dragon) 8. […]

  2. Onthebuzz says:

    Ears peeled, nice.. Heavy weights on this.. smoothness. Nice one Ed

  3. JC says:

    Good song. Bobby Womack – The Last Soul Man

  4. chezzie says:

    Fantastic track, I heard this on radio 1 last night and just had to find it.

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    This post was mentioned on Twitter by jackdraws: via @SoulCulture New Gorillaz exciting despite not actually being all that overwhelming on first listen……

  6. […] 2010 will be the year of the primal group, the Gorillaz. They have a new album coming March and they are headlining this year’s Coachella.  It definitely pays to be animated.  The album will be called “Plastic Beach” and it will feature guest appearances from Little Dragon, Snoop Dogg, and others.  Peep the single called “Sylo” featuring Mos Def and legend Bobby Womack. (via Soul Culture) […]

  7. DOPE! thanks for shedding light on good music, once again!