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Jack White Makes His Hip-Hop Debut on New Track by Black Milk


White has produced and contributed to the songs "Royal Mega" and "Brain."

"Brain" is available for streaming here, and Spin has "Royal Mega" available for streaming here. It sure is catchy, and the hard blues undertones pair up perfectly with the vocals.

More daily music news and gossip about Al Pacino, Eleanor Friedberger and Kelly Clarkson after the jump...

Stereogum: Al Pacino as Phil Spector
Idolator: Three New Kelly Clarkson Songs Leak Online: Hear Them Now
Billboard: Justin Bieber Joins Anti-Texting While Driving Promotional Campaign
Pitchfork: The Fiery Furnaces' Eleanor Friedberger Teams Up With U.S. Secretary of Education
Consequence of Sound: Bush Returns (Again), Releases LP 5: 'The Sea of Memories'

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