Paul Banks - Everybody On My Dick Like They Supposed To Be

This Friday just keeps getting weirder. Case in point: Interpol frontman Paul Banks just released a new rap mixtape; it’s on DatPiff and everything. The tape, adorably, is called Everybody On My Dick Like They Supposed To Be, and it’s got appearances from El-P, Talib Kweli, and Odd Future’s Mike G. I don’t think Banks raps on the thing, but I just started listening to it, so who even knows. Apparently, nothing is off the table at this point. Listen to it below.

Download the tape at Datpiff.

Comments (27)
  1. I am not on Paul Banks’ dick, nor have I ever been.

    I will, however, listen to this. Cause, why the fuck wouldn’t you?

  2. i hope its a dj khaled type deal.


  3. Slow Hands? More like slow jammzzzzzz!

  4. But really, this makes sense.

  5. It’s actually quite unique.

  6. “my best friend’s a butcher and he’s on my dick”
    “stella was a diver and she was always on my dick”

  7. I want to see the video of Paul Banks hanging out with Mike G. I can’t picture that at all. Also, why Mike G??

  8. This reminds me of that line in X1′s “New York Is So Cool” ( about seeing 50 Cent hanging out with Interpol. Although in this case, it seems more likely that Banks has been hanging out with Mr. Muthafuckin’ Exquire.

  9. It’s up to Mike G now, turn on the bright lights

  10. OK, that was AMAZING.

  11. At least Paul Bank didn’t try try his best Death Grips cover art for this one, although it’s kind of appropriate given the album’s proper name.

  12. This gives “PDA” a whole new meaning entirely

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  14. I was not expecting to sit all of the way through this.

    Genuinely, really, rather good.

  15. with a name like Paul Banks a mixtape was inevitable wasn’t it?

  16. I love everything about this.

  17. A lot of solid instrumental tracks, some that I really like.

  18. Surprisingly good. Best Paul Banks work in some time.

  19. as a big interpol/julian plenti/paul banks fan, i’m afraid to listen. does he sing/rap at all on this? anything that sounds like his past work?

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