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I’ve been a fan of Miwi La Lupa‘s work for years. Back when I first got hip to him he was in a band called Thought, and has since gone on to be in Charlie Hunter’s band as well as be an original member of Red Baraat. Now he’s about to release his first solo album, New Way Home, on January 21st and has given us two vinyl copies of it to give away. Relix debuted his single recently and I’ve been obsessed ever since! Listen to it below and read what Relix had to say. The enter to win a copy of the album below that:

MiWi La Lupa’s debut recording for Team Love Records is set for release on January 21. MiWi, an original member of Red Baraat, who has performed with David Byrne, Les McCann, Femi Kuti, Charlie Hunter, and El-P draws in a variety of guests players on New Way Home, including Bill Frisell and label-founder Conor Oberst. Today we premiere “Radio” from the forthcoming album, which is now available for pre-order.

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