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Audio: Jonti ft. The Stepkids and Illa J 'The Days Have Turned'


We got hipped to South African/Australian producer Jonti when he made that breeze-of-a beat for Odd Future's Hodgy Beats a few months ago. In this new joint he nabs contributions from Stones Throw mates The Stepkids and Illa J, who split vocal duties over Jonti's electro glitches. As the soundcloud wave reveals, the track plays like a (LA) triptych of sorts — section a) the party b) coming down during the drive back to the pad c) sleep. Stream  "The Days Have Turned" below.

Jonti feat. The Stepkids & Illa J - The Days Have Turned by stonesthrow

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